Marline Archway leaves her husband and daughter to rediscover herself–or so she thinks.
To quote her, she says, “Between being Dr. Archway’s wife and Georgia’s mother, I forgot what it was like to be Marline, you know?”
Do you know women who feel like she does? I.e., they have sacrificed their own identity to be wives and mothers?
If so, how have they dealt with it?
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