Skip to comments.Stay-at-Home Moms Report More Depression, Sadness, Anger (Welfare Moms dragging down other Moms)
Posted on 05/18/2012 10:36:05 AM PDT by C19fan
The degree of difficulty of being a stay-at-home parent is evident in a new Gallup analysis of more than 60,000 U.S. women interviewed in 2012. Non-employed women with young children at home are more likely than women with young children at home who are employed for pay to report experiencing sadness and anger a lot of the day "yesterday." Stay-at-home moms are also much more likely to report having ever been diagnosed with depression than employed moms. Employed moms are about as emotionally well-off as working women who do not have children at home.
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No way! I knew that was you!
You know what? If these messy housewives weren’t judging my Christianity by my employment, I won’t judge their homemaking status by the state of their homes and kids.
I was just joking! My house is a mess, lol.
Well, if some stay at home moms (not welfare types) are depressed, it is probably because they see what is happening to their husband’s job prospects and the rising cost of food. Libs want all women out of the home and kids in government-run daycare so they can be properly indoctrinated.
Wow, chip meet shoulder.
Feel free to get bent.
Actually if you read down it says that the phenomenon holds for all income levels, though for poor stay-at-homes it is worse.
Not really surprising. It is tough and isolating to be home with kids in their early years.