Mama Alethea Jo shared her words on a Facebook post directed at mothers of children with special needs, and her honesty gathered everyone's attention. Since being published the post has been shared over 2,000 times with hundreds of comments of support. In the comments a lot of moms thank Jo for her honesty and share their struggles with their children, most of them mention how her post has made them cry.I see you reluctantly rising early in the morning to do it all again after another chaotic night. I see you when you're hanging on to the end of your rope for dear life. I know you feel invisible, like nobody notices any of it. But I want you to know that I notice you. I see you in the trenches, relentlessly pushing onward. I see you keep choosing to do everything in your power to give your child the best possible care at home, in school, at therapy, and the doctor. What you're doing matters. It's worth it. On those days when you wonder if you can do it another minute, I want you to know that I see you. I want you to know that you're beautiful. I want you to know that it's worth it. I want you to know that you aren't alone. I want you to know that love is what matters most, and you have that nailed. And on those days when you have breakthroughs, those times when the hard work, pays off and success is yours to cherish, I see you then too, and I am proud of you. Whichever day today is, you're worthy, you're good, and I see you." Thank you for your honesty and support mama.