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Digital Subscriptions > Motherdom Magazine > Issue 03 > AN IMPOSTER IN MY OWN LIFE


Emma Reed by Natalya Chagrin


I used to hate the hairdresser’s chair (and I have visited many in the quest for hair nirvana). This emotion was not follicle related. It was to do with one simple question: “So, what do you do?” Like a verbal tic, my rapid-fire response rushed out. “Oh, I used to be a lawyer.” Used to be. There I sat, desperately clinging on to a version of me that belonged long in the past and to a career that spat me out as soon as I started a family.

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