Diary Sheds Off Fairy Tale Idea and Embraces Reality of Motherhood

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Author Victoria Novicke publishes her trials and triumphs in the noblest profession.

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Motherhood—as many have come to accept—is the noblest of all professions. In The Diary of a Pissed Off Mom, author Victoria Novicke publishes her personal reflections about this exceptional vocation with the purest of intentions: “to add clarity and completeness to my life.” Novicke simply wishes to share the joys and sorrows, triumphs and defeats as a mother, a wife, and a person.

“We, as mothers, have the most difficult job. To understand how we are to raise our children is something so unique and personal that I could never assume to tell anyone what to do,” Novicke openly admits at the outset. “I feel and always have felt that if you let your family know that you love them unconditionally, the rest will take care of itself. What that means to me and what that means to you may probably be two very different things. I can only share with you what I have done and my rationale for my decisions. I have strong feelings toward being true to yourself and those you treasure.”

Novicke’s book is originally addressed to her own children. She wanted to express her exciting journey, explain family roots and history, and talk about their parental love, hoping that they would understand the mother and the person she tries to be. However, she realizes that what is deeply personal is also greatly universal. She understands that all mothers share the same whirlwind of emotions. Therefore, she taps into her passion for writing to edify and encourage those women who are about to, or have already embarked on this journey.

By baring her heart, mind and soul in The Diary of a Pissed Off Mom, she hopes that readers can relate and learn from her experiences. In the beginning, Novicke thought that motherhood was supposed to be like the fairy tales she had grown up with, living “happily ever after.” Now, she hopes that through her experiences, both children and new mothers alike, will come to understand that motherhood entails great sacrifices.

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About the Author
Victoria Novicke is a mother of two sons, married to her high school sweetheart. She is a lifelong learner, pursuing degrees in nursing. She enjoys her life in New Hampshire with all its natural beauty. She loves her family, career and all creative activities. She has written her story for other families, so that they may come to realize they are not alone.

The Diary of a Pissed Off Mom * by Kimberly Daigneault
Publication Date: August 10, 2012
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