Finally, a Truce in the "Mommy Wars"

September 2005
Working Mother;Sep2005, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p21
Reports on a university-conducted survey which shows that working mothers and those who stay at home have three things in common. Importance of mothering; Satisfaction of being a mother; Wish for a society that would make mothering less challenging.


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