And Now We Have Everything : On Motherhood Before I Was Ready
by Meaghan O’Connell
Editor: Little, Brown & Company
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Operating instructions for the Millennium together: a fiercely honest account of becoming a mother before you’re “ready”If you feel completely alienated by the mawkish, moralizing tone of the “maternity industrial complex,” this book is for youAfter accidentally getting pregnant in his twenties, Meaghan O’Connell realized that brutally honest, the agenda-less resources on the emotional and existential impact of motherhood were nowhere to be found.And now we have everything, she offers a brave new perspective on the transition to motherhood.With his squeaky humor and a B trigger dryerSDetector, Meaghan addresses the ubiquitous impostor syndrome that comes with pregnancy, the second of adolescence’s post-partum body evolution, the myth of birth is a “magic” experience, the problem of post-baby sex, the strange urge to make “mommy friends,” and the fascinating strangeness of entering a new, yet uncomfortable identityResponding to the fears and anxieties of the millennia women in an unobtrusive, frank, funny, and visceral, Meaghan fills a gap in the discussion about motherhood, identity, what it means to be ready
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