I broke down in tears in my manager’s office when I told him I was leaving the business to stay at home with my 6-month old at the time. It wasn’t because I’d miss real estate. But because deep down I knew I was giving up my independence. Something that I had always prided myself on. And yet, I wanted to be the primary caretaker of my kids in their early years. So therein lay my internal battle. I wanted to be the one to take care of them and yet, and yet… About a year in to being at home, I wanted more. I wanted something that made me Continue reading Struggling Stay-At-Home Mom?