My brain cells have taken an early vacation. Although I teach middle school until the end of the month, I seem to be doing things like putting the milk in the cupboard and losing my keys five minutes after I’ve found them.
Somehow, though, I can still find the energy to feel guilty, the subject of my latest humour column in The Calgary Herald.
Here’s an excerpt:
Forget heart disease and Alzheimer’s for a moment. The illness that cripples all mothers – or at least me – is Guilty Mother Syndrome, also known as GMS. This condition is a distant cousin of that hormonal witch, PMS, and it afflicts mothers mostly when they’re exhausted, craving alone time or breathing.
Click here to read the rest of Guilty Mother Syndrome May Be Hereditary.
And then tell me: Do you have guilt?