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The Effects of Working Mothers on their Children One mother expresses her personal experience and opinion on the effects of her employment on the children I am happy to see support for the mom who wants to work outside of the home By my children seeing me go to work I am teaching them the values of hard work commitment and responsibility I am also showing them that mothers and fathers share in all responsibilities of raising a family financial and housework There is no doubt in either my mind or my childs that the first priority is each other Out times together are positive I have seen too many stay at home moms yelling at their children and worse the children yelling at their mothers I do not think this is the message that stay at home moms like to give Their lives are now more enriched never been happier and that they are more fulfilled Actually I think a lot of stay at home moms justify their laziness and lack of ambition by saying they are staying at home for the benefit of the children abcnewscom 2 For many years women have believed that if they returned to work after having children their children would be harmed by the lack of a mothers presence This belief is no longer true Studies have shown Despite the declining population of young people the number and proportion of children with working mothers rose steadily during the past decade Kamerman 13 In fact 1979 was the first time more US children lived in families with a mother in the labor force than in families with a mother who was a full-time homemaker Kamerman 13 Mothers no longer have to worry they are free to choose the career path they want to follow Mothers can make this decision with confidence because experts believe that a mother who works has a positive effect on her children Children with
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