That s My Super Mommy by Tracy R. Neal Book PDF Summary
I am a first-time publisher who is determined to give a reassuring child's voice to the current phenomenon of changing gender roles in the modern household. Most people are aware that women all over the world have become, more often than not, the breadwinners in many households. As a mother of 3 who has recently gone through a divorce, I see women my age and younger struggle with this situation on a daily basis. Not only do they deal with the professional and social pressures of their changing socio-economic roles, they have to deal with their spouse or significant other's, as well as family members', reactions to them working outside of the home. Finally and most importantly, they have to deal with the overwhelming guilt of being a successful woman while raising their children. They are constantly trying to prove to themselves and to others that they are worthy, capable, loving mothers. After years of observation and participation in this scenario, I've noticed that women often torture themselves unnecessarily. My book provides a child's perspective and helps ease some of the pressure of "mommy guilt" that we put on ourselves and other moms.