“How you want to lead your loved ones through this. How worried you are. What is your plan. How do you smile for them, when inside you feel sometimes you are broken.”
In a letter published Friday, she opened up about her childhood and her decision to become a mother.
“I’m not a very stable young man. In fact, I never thought I could be anyone’s mother. I remember the decision to be a parent. It’s not hard to love. It’s not hard to dedicate yourself to someone and something bigger than my life. What’s difficult is knowing that from now on I have to be the one to make sure everything is okay. “
The 44-year-old man continued about parents at home with their children during the pandemic, “all hope they can do everything right, answer all needs, and remain calm and positive.”
One thing that helped him was to realize that there was no way to be perfect.
“It’s nice to know that your kids don’t want you to be perfect. They just want you to be honest. And do your best.”