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Changing Trains

Motherhood can be a maze of complex emotions, from euphoric highs to crushing lows.
It's been called the best job in the world...and the toughest.
Sometimes it's both, at the same time.
The CBC's Sarah Keaveny Vos brings us the story of a mother from Charlottetown who was forced to face her deepest fear, and ended up learning the greatest lessons of her life.

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