Children are exhausting. You are nervous at the supermarket checkout. You want to iron the food does not eat. Or throw it on the ground. Then they beat themselves. Bad, bad – but Yes, a glass of wine.
First of all, the wine-mom phenomenon was just a joke – a couple of Memes on the Internet, with the mothers take out their frustrations on the shovel. What happened to you, you shared it on the Internet, has been posted below as a consolation, a Gif with glass. But in the meantime, became of the fun of a real life-style.
Tipsy is the new Standard
The mothers-world seems to be in the United States alone split. One side celebrates alcohol as a culturally acceptable respite from the stress of everyday life. The fun group are wearing the appropriate T-Shirts, crosses with champagne in the Luggage at the children’s afternoon, and the turf game on the weekend, Mama juice is taken “” in the cooler. The Whole thing was perceived as a female Empowerment: What are the men with their beer and whiskey culture, drag, always, adapt, now, the Ladies with Chardonnay instead of Budweiser. The little drunk already in the morning has become socially acceptable.
Unsurprisingly, a few years later, the problems of the wine show sticky lifestyle. The more this life has common style, the more the critics speak up. On the one hand, Wellness and conscious diet to be summoned, and on the other hand, alcohol consumption by women in middle age is rising. Yoga and Hangover – not.
From the break to escape
Ashley Abramson reported in the “Washington Post” as their little time-outs from everyday life to a life on the run. Escape from her life as a mother. Typical of the effect of alcohol, under the noise-suppressed evil thoughts and moods, reliably, but as soon as Abramson was sober again, the suppressed feelings with a new vehemence – the next break was announced. “For me, the allure of alcohol was that it made me like a trap door from the cage of my feelings out, to bring a quick and easy way to give the life with which I face daily, to fall Silent.” The dose was increased. “One Night, when my son was about a year old, I drank so many Margaritas that I spent the entire next Morning trying to pass me.”
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The wine-mom-culture is not secretly and bashfully. It is embedded in popular Online Memes, and the General acceptance that Parenting is hard and a bottle of wine, the probate method is to monotony and Stress wash away. There are T-Shirts, curtains, cups, saucers – all marked with Slogans such as, “They whine, I wine” and “Mommy needs to alcohol day”. A classic: “Mommy’s fidget spinner” with the graphic of a corkscrew.
Mama’s little helper
Jaime Roche, 42, said to the “Wapo”: “If you turn away from the Drink, you see how far it’s spread – I keep getting posts on Facebook that say: “I need a Drink, my kids make me crazy.””. On the one hand this is honest, on the other hand, it established a new normal. The Share and Like and Retweet fixing the alcohol culture of the mothers, for example, Roche. “When I got married and had children, and my whole social life stopped, I was looking forward to this glass of wine, when the children were asleep. It was to say my kind of: “Right, I’m a work at home” and I would go out and drink one or two glasses of wine, ” said Louise “Stuff New Zealand”. In the morning it was mostly bad, but it was already cooling, the next bottle of wine.
The sober-curious movement propagated a sober and curious life style. The counter-proposal to the Wine Mum. The movement goes back to the British Ruby Warrington and her book “Sober Curious: The Blissful Sleep, Greater Focus, Limitless Presence, and Deep Connection Awaiting Us All on the Other Side of Alcohol”. The aim is to demonstrate that a life style without alcohol and other richer experiences possible.
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