Tess Holliday Nails the Anxiety Most Parents Are Feeling in Lockdown

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Parents on lockdown across the country are really just trying to do their best. Parenting is a job that’s already full of stress and anxiety—add in a pandemic and it can feel like an impossible situation. But Tess Holliday wants you to know you’re not alone.

Yesterday the model and mom of two posted to Instagram a picture of herself with her 3-year-old son Bowie. “I’m doing my best.⁣⁣ I’m doing my best. ⁣⁣I’m doing my best. ⁣⁣Being a parent is already 24/7 guilt/stress/anxiety, but being a parent during all of this is another level of anxiety that I didn’t know existed,” she wrote in the caption. “I’m finding it so difficult to navigate work or to even feel creative enough to put out content, find time for myself, or most importantly, be a present parent. I feel so much guilt that I’m not able to juggle it all & stay sane right now. I constantly…

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