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Misery of motherhood?

Refugees near the Channel Tunnel are desperate; parents of terminally-ill children similarly. But surely not young mothers, whose infants are healthy, who live in the land where the average refrigerator is the size of a small car, who have enough money to go out regularly for coffee or breakfast and who are also believers in Christ. Can they be described as desperate? Apparently so, according to this book. Apparently it is a terrible thing to be a mother at home.

Elizabeth James, mother and grandmother, Newport

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Hope for the Mom who Needs to Breathe
By Sarah Mae and Sally Clarkson
Thomas Nelson. 240 pages. £10.99
ISBN 978 1 400 204 663