Challenges of a Working Mother

Challenges of a Working Mother

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Motherhood cannot be explained in words; it has to be experienced. The roller coaster ride you go through since your child is born is unforgettable. You are so tensed and worried about the little one that you’ll often forget yourself. You will be left confused as to what to give your little one, and what to avoid.

After completion of 6 months of your maternity leave and when you rejoin work, that’s another challenge to take up

The real impact of working moms is most evident in their daughters. Researchers found that women who grew up with working mothers are more likely to have careers themselves than those with stay-at-home moms, and they’re also more likely to have better higher-paying jobs.
According to a recent study by the American Psychological Association of over 1,300 moms, the happiest moms are, perhaps unsurprisingly, those who work part-time. Both groups of working mothers reported better overall health and fewer symptoms of depression than those who are full-time mothers.

However, if you are a working woman, you may carry the guilt along with you to the office for leaving the little one at home and will be thinking about the little star. Most of the working women really miss on a few memorable moments of their toddler like missing out first words, first steps of kids, etc. Even though we spend less time with the kids, in the end, we work for them. That’s the satisfaction we have and move on with our life. Working women have to go through many challenges in their lives, with respect towards their work time, office work and household chores. However, in the end, we tend to forget all our stress by looking at the little smile.

If you are worried about your motherhood, it means you are already a mother. Best said!
However, one more challenge is when you don’t get any helping hand who will look after the little one once you go to work. Be careful in choosing the right person or right institutions which will look after the little one.

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