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PostSubject: Working Mums & Childminders   Mon Apr 21, 2008 3:26 am

Once upon a time, long ago, the man went out to work
and the wife stayed home and looked after home &
children. These days however, so many families see
both mum and dad out at work while the children are
with child minders.

What brought about this change and is it having a
detrimental affect on children?

Should mums be pressured to go out to work once
their child is in school ?

How many mums are 'happy' to have their children 'basically
raised' by childminders, perhaps because they 'prefer' to be
out at work rather than being 'stuck at home' ?

Do you think that 'child discipline' has suffered because of
this situation, perhaps contributing to the amount of child
crimes we are seeing these days. ?
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