I had the exciting opportunity to interview two men, each of whom survived his childhood being raised by a Connecticut Working Mom. Find out what mattered to them and what did not, whether they were scathed or unscathed, and how all the things we all worry about constantly regarding our kids and their growing up experiences are viewed through the eyes of these adult survivors!
D is a 34-year-old systems administrator at a Connecticut company. He is married and has one child, with one more on the way. A is a 29-year-old manufacturing engineer who lives in Rhode Island with his wife, who is expecting their first child.
Me: Thank you for giving moms your perspective on what it was like to have a mother who worked outside the home while she was raising you. This is an important service you are providing, because there is so much angst among the moms I know about whether they are doing the right thing, no matter what it is they are doing! Here are my questions:read more