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How a working woman can make much more attachment with her child ??

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Asked by srini, 13 Mar '12 11:17 am
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Answered by tanuverma, 03 Apr '12 05:06 pm

 
  
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They need to realize that by taking the decision to work, they will probably miss out on all the major milestones of their babies' lives. Mothers need to remember that a job can be very demanding not only in terms of time, but also energy. Women spread themselves really thin trying to juggle work life and home life. They will have to consider the stress factor of the job because it is not easy to cope with the pressures of a high-stress job and the demands of a baby. Women should also discuss their decision to work or not with their spouses because they will need their support. It may help to find a job that has flexi-hours. It will make it easier for mothers to be able to stay home on days when there is no other caretaker for the baby or to leave early if there is an emergency.
Answered by anil garg, 23 Apr '12 11:30 pm

 
  
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When ever she is at home she has to spend maximum time with her child and prepare the food which child likes take me out for park or anyother place which makes me happy
Answered by priyarao, 13 Mar '12 11:25 am

 
  
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Normally, a sense & equality -culture prevais in the mindset of working ladies. This is absolutely for their economic independence. They expect equal involvent of their hsbands, in child-upbringing. Personality clashes & home-labour divisions call for differences in opinion. Family-violences start for uncompromising attitudes of husbands. A near-divorce situation crop-up.
Answered by Kanai Chakraberti, 13 Mar '12 11:23 am

 
  
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Some working mothers have to take their child to childcare center as there is no one in her family to care for child. In such case she needs to compromise in development of her kids and feels guilty for not sparing good time to raise her kids.

- If a child doesnt have any siblings, sometimes he feels lonely as he has no one to express his feelings or thoughts or finds nobody to play with them.

- Some Working parents cannot spare good time with their children and dont have time to listen to problems of their children. Therefore, children get frustrated or depressed as they dont have anyone to share their feelings.

- Working mother needs to handle home and office work together. Therefore, she may get tired at the end of the day. In such case she may not be able to understand her childrens problem and may get angry with their children if they dont listen or obey her instructions.

- Working mother may not be able to attend childrens school program due to hectic schedule at work ...more
Answered by jameel ahmed, 13 Mar '12 11:21 am

 
  
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