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Tiempo de calidad

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Tiempo de calidad


Según una investigación de la Sociedad para la Investigación del Desarrollo Infantil (Society for Research in Child Development), publicada por Blackwell Publishing, no hay diferencias sociales ni intelectuales entre los chicos con madres que trabajan y madres que no trabajan.


Golda Meir en su libro “My life” page 110-111 nos dice:



“…There are mothers who work only when they are force to, when the husband is sick or unemployed or when the family has, in some other way gone off the track of a normal life. In such cases the mother feels her curse of action justified by necessity – her children fed otherwise. But there is a type of woman who cannot remain home for other reasons. In spite of the place which her children and her family take up in her life, her nature an being demand something more; she cannot divorce herself for a large social life. She cannot let her children narrow her horizon. And for a such woman, there is no rest. Theoretically it looks straightforward enough. The woman who takes her place with the children is devoted, loves the children is reliable and suitable to the work; the children are fully looked after. But there are even pedagogic theorist who claim that it is actually better for the children not to have their mother hovering over them constantly, and a mother who is occupied and who has given all the external world for her husband and for his children has done it not out of sense of duty, out of devotion and love, but out of incapacity; because her soul is not able to take into itself the many-sidedness of life, which is suffering but also with its joys. And if a woman remains with her children and give herself to nothing else, does that really prove that she is more devoted than the other kind o mother? And if a wife has not intimate friends that prove that she has a greater love for her husband? But the mother also suffers in the very work she has taken up. Always she has the feeling that her work is not as productive as that of a man or even as an unmarried woman. The children, too, always demand her, in health and even more in sickness. And this eternal inner division, this double pulls this alternating feeling or unfulfilled duty - today toward her family, the next day toward her work- this is the burden of the working mother.

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