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eBook Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent epub

by Darcie; Bullen Martha M. Sanders

eBook Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent epub
  • ISBN: 0316770663
  • Author: Darcie; Bullen Martha M. Sanders
  • Genre: Parenting
  • Subcategory: Family Relationships
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Little, Brown and Company; Reprint edition (1992)
  • Pages: 256 pages
  • ePUB size: 1427 kb
  • FB2 size 1531 kb
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Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen are also the authors of Never Throw Out a Banana Again, and their latest book on home businesses, Turn Your Talents into Profits.

Darcie Sanders and Martha M. As recognized authorities on self-employment and family issues, the authors have appeared on "Today," "CBS This Morning," and numerous other TV and radio talk shows, and have been featured in dozens of newspapers and magazines. I was quickly working my way up to opportunities that many of my colleagues dreamed of. Slight change of plans, my husband being in the military, I was forced to leave my company of 7 years and move.

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Staying Home : From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent. by Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen. In Staying Home, authors Darcie Sanders and Martha M. Bullen have taken a wealth of surveys, statistics, anecdotal evidence, and plain old common sense to put together a guide that every woman considering motherhood should read cover to cover. What can a professional woman expect her life to be like after she's ditched the 9-to-5 world and become a.

Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent. Bullen, Martha Mahon was born on September 23, 1960 in Oakland, California, United States. Daughter of Bruce Allan and Mary Willis (Waters) Mahon.

Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent ) This practical guide helps women through the emotional transition from working-world career to stay-at-home parent. Seasoned with plenty of practical advice, this reassuring guide explores every facet of the transition, from making the decision to feeling comfortable at home. Bachelor summa cum laude, Carleton College, 1982.

In their new book, "Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent," Darcie Sanders and Martha Bullen argue that staying home with the kids is a good option for working women. But these two are not your typical at-home moms. In fact, Ms. Sanders, 39, weaned her 2-month-old son at three weeks, partly so she could be involved in the promotion of the book.

About 40 percent of new mothers working full-time before pregnancy did not return to their previous employer. In a survey taken of 300 women, 5. % said they would stay home when they had children.

Henry Holt and Company. Runin, Nancy 1984 The Mother Mirror New York . Putnam’s Son Sanders, Darcie and Bullen, Martha M. 2005 Staying Home: From Full-time Professional to Full-Time Parent Spencer & Waters Schlessinger Laura D. 2009. In Praise of Stay-at-Home Moms. Harper Collins Simpson, Bria 2006 The Balaced Mom, New Harbinger Publications, Inc Smollen, Anne M. 2006, Missing in Action, How Mothers Lose, Grieve and Retrieve Their Sense of Self, iUniverse, Inc. Stone, Pamela. Opting out? Why Women Really Quit Careers and Head Home.

That's what everybody tells us," said Martha Bullen, co-author with Darcie Sanders of the 1992 book, "Staying Home: From Full-Time Professional to Full-Time Parent. But that's not always the case, she added. Most of the time, people decide to quit work to stay home for a simple reason - they want to spend more time with the children.

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Comments: (7)
Winotterin
I have recently made the decision to stay home with my 3rd baby and be there more for my other elementary aged children. 6 months ago I was climbing the corporate ladder as an Engineer in a male dominated field. I was quickly working my way up to opportunities that many of my colleagues dreamed of. Slight change of plans, my husband being in the military, I was forced to leave my company of 7 years and move. I am now taking advantage of the ability to stay home and be a mom full time. This book was very reassuring to me as there were some women in the same boat. I only gave it four stars because I didn't get enough feedback from the women like me. Women who still have the drive and determination inside them to achieve work related goals....the competitive bug that I've had in me since a kid. I'm now in a position where I have no one to compete against. There is no deadline. I wish the book would have talked more about coping strategies for women like me. On the upside, I'm glad it didn't bash women who choose to work. A lot of these books do bash those women and I personally feel it's okay to work. It's okay as long as you can handle mommy responsibilities too. This book helped remind me of the pain and agony I went through when I returned to work with my other two kids. Now I won't have to go thru that. Great read, I read it in two days. All in all, I recommend it for any woman deciding to stay home. It's a tough choice if you liked what you did and you were successful. But I believe staying home will be so much more rewarding.
ACOS
This book convinced me to become a SAHM. I had bought a couple of books on this topic, but this was the best. It gave great examples, talked about the expectations and experiences real moms had. Thank you for helping me being brave enough to stay home with my daughter.
Ferri - My name
Helpful information but I wish I would have paid attention to publishing date and dates of other reviews. This was revised in 2002 long before social media and other technology. Would like a more current perspective.
Alsath
Eh, just kind of boring, never finished reading it
Pryl
How can this book help you? For starters it includes the most up-to-date information on mothers' support organizations, websites & work-at-home resources.
It also tells us all about Making the Transition from Professional to Professional Parent; Changing Relationships: Starting Over with Your Husband, Family, Friends, and Yourself; Looking Ahead: Taking the Next Step in Your Family Life Cycle, and your Options: Community Work, Home-Based Business, and Reentering the Outside Work Force.
Much is covered by this modest book although the one section which had me riveted was not long & started on page 108: Sex Role Stereotypes and the Division of Labor. Good stuff!
Bad Sunny
I left my job to be a full time mom to my daughter, who is now 10 months old. Even though I love being with my daughter and KNOW I am doing the right thing for us, I have felt moments of self doubt.. After reading this book and taking it to heart, I have the confidence to face the world and be proud of my decision. The authors have even included a section on how to address the once dreaded "what do you do?" question - now I can answer with pride instead of hesitation! They also address other important issues, such as how to avoid isolation and transferring work skills to life at home with kids (and vice versa if you decide to return to the workforce later).
Nto
I am a newly pregnant, first-time mother living in a new community in a new state. During a 3-month vacation after moving, I became pregnant and had to decide whether to go back to work before I had the baby and/or after the baby. Without much social support in my new surroundings, I had many questions and concerns, and felt that none of those I knew back home could quite comprehend my situation. This book answered all my questions, and showed me that I am not alone! Society (in America) has put women in the position of choosing between family and work. This book has been a real comfort to me, and has given me the incentive to volunteer with organizations to help make change in public policy. I can't recommend this book enough as a support for what you know in your heart is your best possible decision to make regarding your family.
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