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I, for one, would like to make an informed decision when that time comes.
It would be nice if the mainstream media would take a hint and present a better balance to working woman and stay at home moms -- way to go Leslie Bennetts.
The one thing with this book that I didn't like was that she was extremely repetitive.
The Feminist Mistake was a sad disappointment. I expected something with research and cites, but all I got were anecdotes. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Gagewyn
Had to read this book for a college class though it can be empowering at times it also seems to be very repetitive.Published 2 months ago by Marie
This book definitely make some good points about the risks of leaving the workforce to be a stay-at-home mother for high earner females. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A. Guy
Some might call this book repetitive, but I appreciate the various angles Bennetts brings to the discussion of "whether it makes economic sense for women to quit working once... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dana Chen
This book basically hammers home the idea that, in order to be a fully-actualized human, you cannot allow the titles of wife and mother to subsume your entire identity. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Martha M. Schmitz
It's a personal challenge to read more non-fiction this year and I decided to challenge myself even more and read a book about why it's not a good idea for mother's to stay at... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bethany A. Rudd
My title of this review pretty much says it all. Even if you think that you disagree with the the premise of this book it is most certainly worth reading.Published 14 months ago by CharlitaH
I absolutely believe this book should be a must read for every woman over the age of 17.
If I had this eye opening book when I was even 35, I would be entirely free of... Read more
I loved this book and think the message is so very important. The author is not saying women shouldn't stay at home. She's only saying make a plan in case something happens. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Teresa