How people parent is constantly under criticism.
Families in which both parents work are often criticized by those that have a stay at home parent as not caring about their children enough, while stay at home parents are sometimes seen as those that reinforce archaic stereotypes.
Let's get it straight.
Both ways of living are fine.
Just because both of you work, it doesn't mean that you don't care about your children.
Also, just because one of you is a home maker, it doesn't mean you're anti-female empowerment.
Lately, society has trended towards one in which both parents work. Millennials are working as hard as they can to create the perfect life. For this, it requires them both to work.
But, could this be a cyclical pattern?
Now that society has shifted so heavily towards having two working parents, will it soon revert back to one in which it is more normal to have a stay at home parent?
Justin Worsham of The Dad Podcast believes it will.
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Listen to Gary and Shannon's full conversation with Justin, right here!
To hear more of Justin's take on stay at home parenting, and other parenting topics, you can check out all of his stuff at The Dad Podcast
Check out his latest episode with Gary about Gary's very own 19-point phone contract and DIY home renovation.