Still A Mum
This is a rare book that touches certain marginalized group of women, the chronicles behind their sufferings and the pretentious [...]
This is a rare book that touches certain marginalized group of women, the chronicles behind their sufferings and the pretentious smiles dressed by those around them. A true story about infertility or let's openly call it barrenness. The writer gives an a account of her troubled adventures of prolificacy, a series of fertility treatments regardless of side effects, having her fallopian tube flushed, miscarriages, dead foetuses, first born dying after just 5 days and eventually getting her only son but with dare consequences of raptured uterus - never to conceive again. More unfortunate, these episodes of agony are countered by a series of emotional betrayals cradled from her office birthing resignation, and finally her husband's behavioural dilemmas, and to an almost unbarable heartbreak when she finds out her husband whom she had considered her immediate handman, had changed and saved her contact as "Free Sex"...... That's the limit for a status. For more visit my inbox.