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Asked on 20th December 2011 |
Answered on 20th December 2011:
I have found that these studies are used to back up the opinions of people who already want to remain childless and it helps them validate their choices. Things go in cycles, and soon enough there will be a study that having children prolongs your life and makes you happier, etc etc. I usually don't pay any attention to them, but I understand that they can be disturbing.
I miss my daughter too, but I know that everything I do is for her. I work so that she can have the things that she needs, where as I used to work to climb the ladder, get fullfillment, etc. I get everything I need from her. I am there for her before and after work. I've been able to leave work early and get home to her sooner. I'm not the best house keeper right now, but I would much rather get down on the floor and play with her than fold laundry any day! My husband works full time too and he also struggles with leaving her at day care. I love my child and it's ok to miss her. Hang in there, being a working mom is so hard, but sometimes it is neccessary and we do what we need to in order to provide for our children. Never feel guilty for that.
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