"And then it becomes a part of life. But it's hard. It is hard. And I would rather people know it's hard so that they don't think they're failing. It's hard every day. And I tell my girls that, because when they have to exercise or do something, or go practice, they're like, 'I don’t feel like doing it.' But I make sure they know mommy is going upstairs to work out and I am so sleepy, I don't want to do it. But I'm going to go up there and I'm going to work out, because 20 minutes in I'll feel better and I'll be happy that I did it. So I think about the end rather than how bad I feel for the first 15 minutes of doing it. So it's a daily struggle. And I don't think it ever changes and I'm really mad about that." She laughs, "I'm very upset about that. But it is what it is."