05/04/07 12:06 PM
Re: Stay at Home vs Work Outside Home Mothers

I completey agree with depending on one persons income. I got burned and it's been hard being left with all the reposiblities of the household. However there are always ways to make it. I am very fortunate that I am able to still be home after the divorce and I didn't need to go find a full time job. I also think it matters on what part of the country a person lives in. I'm in Texas and I know the cost of living is much less here than on the East coast or the West. In fact I had my first D in California and I knew right away I was not going to raise her there. I came back here and have been able to be a SAHM.

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