Being a mother is no small feat, and these days, with work commitments, children's activities and the demands of everyday life, motherhood hasbecome increasingly complicated. In her 20-plus years of practice as a family and couples' therapist in Hershey, Tracy Richards has seen the mother role in families change due to shifts in societal, economic and relationship changes and expectations. "In the last several years, many mothers have expressed to me how the mothering part of their life has become more and more like a pressure cooker," she says.
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