"Kahanhophobia [n]: Fear of mom's call."
I'm guilty of it. You're guilty of it. Let's work on it together.
There's enough on their plates for them to have to listen to your nonsense as well.
"Roses are red, violets are blue. Stop telling your sisters about everything I do."
Can you get through this list without being reminded of your mother?
Every mom is baller but these ones deserve a special shoutout.
"Normal" deliveries are difficult, talking about postpartum depression is OK, and brace yourself for a LOT of unsolicited advice.
"If mom is mad at one of us, she's gonna find a reason to be mad at all of us."
At least we can always cancel plans by saying, "my mom said no."
Ma, this one is for you.
We grew up online, confessing our innermost thoughts and feelings to friends and strangers alike. Why are we so bad at doing the same with the people who raised us?
Yesterday, Lisa Haydon rejected feminism, saying she wants to nurture a family instead. Here's how she's wrong.
How I stopped feeling “selfish” about being child-free.
If "Mother India" is anything like the average Indian mother, she doesn't need our over-protectiveness.
"My mother was feeling cold so now I'm wearing a sweater."
"Where Are Ü Now? I called twice and you didn't pick up."
"MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!" —The solution to all your problems.
Parents: Those people you live with when you aren't at cricket coaching, Bharatanatyam class, tuitions, badminton training, Carnatic music practice, or school.
Apparently, none of us are getting good husbands. EVER.