It is our second story for the series ‘Being more than a mum”.
We love being mums but it is important that those who identify ourselves as being a little more talk about it, be open to discussions on why others should perceive us this way.
Here is one of the most inspiring mums you will come across, an individual who has battered through surgeries after a horrendous road accident.
She has been through physical and emotional scars that continue to this day, yet she is here to share why she is more than a face, more than a mum. Meet the super mum, super individual Sunitha Atinus whose story we had shared earlier last year – Story on Sunitha Atinus
This time she shares in this video her perspective of life, her choice of being a mum and how she sees the phase.
She is someone who has the tremendous potential to inspire one soul at least every single day. When most of us shy or fret at the slightest scar, acne mark or grey hair, she oozes out immense confidence to the person she is in life.
Even today she takes each day as it comes and she admits she is grateful to the Universe for her multiple roles of being a wife, mum and much more.
She shares with Mums and Stories her perspective of being a mum, how she feels it is a phase and her attitude to life, her word of advice to others and we love it as she symbolizes the phrase woman of substance.
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