One cannot be the best career woman and the best mother at the same time; a woman has to choose one over the other. There are some married women who are economically strong and their husbands work, these women must make a decision whether they should work or stay home. Family life would be better if mothers choose to stay at home.
Although most mothers are faced with difficult decisions. The decision to stay at home or work will be one of the most difficult decisions a mother will make. Most women would testify that being a stay at home mother has both its benefits, and its downfalls. There was a time, when it was expected for a woman to stay home.
Benefits and Challenges of Stay at Home Mothers Supporters of stay at home mothers believe that mothers have so many duties that they must do. Start in the morning, mothers should wake up earlier, make coffee for their husbands, prepare for breakfast, awaken and give bathe the children, prepare their husbands coat, tie the husbands tie, prepare the kids uniforms, and so on.
It is a common belief that mothers, who stay at home, are able to bring up their children better than those who are working, rightly so because they are able to devote the whole day to their children. Their bonding with their kids becomes strong. They are also able to instill values which they feel are important for their children.
Mothers should stay home and raise their own children. Mothers who place their babies, especially newborn babies, in day care, and leave them there 40-50 hours per week are causing irreparable damage to the development of the baby; he or she will grow up with some sort of attachment disorder.
Women have the right to be involved in the work environment just as men are. In the past mothers just stayed at home and taking care of the family, rising their children and they were not allowed to work.
For some families, having mom stay at home is not feasible. A second income is necessary to make ends meet. Even if two incomes is not critical, income is not the advantage when a mother works. Health insurance, life insurance, and saving for retirement can persuade a mom to stay at home or work.
Many women actually have no choice about whether to work or stay at home full time. Either because of poverty or because they are single parents, or both, women realise that they must work to earn enough money to maintain a decent standard of living and provide good education and medical needs as well as other amenities for their family.
Meaning, the traditional standards of family set-ups are conditioned that fathers are obliged to work and earn while mothers should stay at home and take charge of the children and the entire household. Transition Word or Phrase: Nevertheless.
No mothers should not stay home. The world is now a two way street and women are not the only gender that have to stay home with the children. Fathers can also do this job adequately so if a women feels the need to work, then she should be allowed to. The child will get along just fine with the father as long as one parental figure is there.
Perez 1. Andrew Perez Professor Kathy Rowley English 201-19 30 May 2012 Argumentative Essay: Stay at home Moms vs. Working Moms If a woman cant stay at home with her kids, then maybe she just shouldnt have. them!(Brennan). Heidi Brennan is a stay at home mom who believes if a woman were to have. children, her number one priority should be to take care of her children and not have to worry.
According to What Moms Choose, more than half—55 percent—of career-oriented stay-at-home moms say they would prefer to work, although most aren’t interested in a traditional full-time arrangement. Rachel says she’s considered picking up freelance work, but the economics of child care versus uncertain hours make it difficult.
This past week we heard of a controversy between stay at home moms and career driven women. are at work 7days a week and many of their efforts are often overlooked. In 2010 the census showed 5 million stay at home moms which was down from 5. 1 million in 2009 (census. gov).
During the same study, research found that working mothers work up to 12.7 more hours than the husband (Zimmerman 346); primarily because a mother must still come home after a long day from work and provide care to her family, which in fact can add a great deal of stress.
A Harvard researcher studied the happiness of kids of working moms compared to stay-at-home moms. She found that they end up just as happy as adults as the children of moms who stayed home. Kids of stay-at-home moms grow up to be happy, too. So, really, you showing up to work has zero impact on your child’s eventual happiness.
Compare And Contrast My Great Grandmother. farm. Ma was a stay at home mom, and her husband besides the farm work, was a stay at home dad. Even though it was in the 1950’s, Ma and Pa shared equal house work, equal child care, and equal farm work.
This was practically unheard of in the 1950’s. In the 1990’s it is not whether the mother will or will not go back to work, rather a question of when. When did the choice become set in stone? Why do the mothers of today have to work outside the home versus working in the home, much like their mothers did.
Mothers who stay at home with their children are more likely to have time to be involved with their community. Volunteers are needed in many spheres of education such as PTAs (Parent-Teacher Associations), classroom assistants or organisers of school trips and mothers who stay home are able to become more fully involved in these aspects of community life.
Traditionally, the stay-at-home parent has been the mother, but many modern fathers have become a nurturing parent to their children as well. It is now more common than it has been in the past for the father to be the stay-at-home parent.