Reed Karaim, author of If Men Were Angels, argues in the following viewpoint that working mothers teach their children to be independent, curious, and ambitious. He maintains that children of working mothers do not suffer from less parental attention than children whose mothers stay home. Rather, in his opinion, children whose mothers work learn the value of personal fulfillment and goal setting.
As you read, consider the following questions:
1. According to Karaim, why was the transformation to parenthood more difficult for his female friends than his male...
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