– Be able to meet the financial needs of her family.
– Making a difference to society.
– Have time to “mature” and the opportunity to socialize.
– The fact of loving her work, to feel useful, to solve problems, using her creativity…
– Keep an identity other than being the “mother of children”
– Find her children at the end of the day!
– Be a good model for her children.
– Do not be with their children when they need them most.
– Juggling all small viruses, clinic visits and sick days.
– Duty to take work home, and tell the children that we have not seen the day: “Not now, I have to work.”
– The “second shift” have to do all the chores once at home, then we would just spend time with the children.
– Finding time for everything remaining: appointments, the gym, etc…