Yarden Harel, who became a surrogacy mother a little more than three years ago, invited her 425,<> followers on the social network Instagram on Monday to ask her questions. Two of the difficulties sent to the TV host were particularly interesting because Harel revealed her fears that she was not a good enough mother, and shared the painful concessions she had to make and still have to make because of motherhood.
"You're busy a lot. When do you have time for the children?" asked Harel. "True, I'm busy, and I work quite a few hours, and I juggle and provide for my children with dignity. She also loves the work, and at the same time is total to my children and turns worlds upside down so that the work doesn't come out on our time together," Jordan elaborated on her efforts. "It doesn't always work out for me, the sync. But for the most part, I do succeed. There are concessions from every direction, and there is a price for it. I have almost no social life, and some of my friendships over the past year have loosened. It pinches me, but I'm only one person with limited ability to divide my time and overall I'm doing the best I can."
The previous question Harel talked about was more of a request to upload a photo she liked and hadn't dared to post yet. "Photo from a cover story I did at the end of 2022," she wrote in the background of the photo in question. "I love the picture and the message (SUPER MAMA), but in practice every time I wanted to upload it, I didn't have the courage. I felt that the mother I was wasn't enough, and the voices in my head lowered my confidence and made me not bring her up in the end."
Hours later, Harel noted the many responses she received to her story in which she revealed the challenge of motherhood and giving up, and shared one of them. "Ugh, that's an annoying question. Men wouldn't ask the same question," one follower complained. "You, of course, and unfortunately, are right," Jordan agreed.
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