Here are nine remarks working mothers hate to hear and what to do if someone says one to you. And even if someone's sure a family can survive on one parent's paychecks alone, they might use the second income for "luxuries" like saving for their children's future college education, explains Dr. Still, Terri Bly, a small business owner and mom from St.
Paul, MN, doesn't think mothers should feel bad about working when money isn't a motivator.
"It's horrible to think that you're not caring for your child properly.
But just because you're a working mom doesn't mean you care for your child any less.
Aren't you concerned about not being there for your kids?