• Cover: September 3, 2014
  • Celeb Fashion Face-Off: Moms vs. daughters
  • The shockingly cool history of hair removal
  • Doh! The MAC x The Simpsons collection is finally
  • Most Stylish Football Decor
  • Lessons in Flirting: How to woo anyone
  • Wedding day advice every bride should read
  • Gotta Have It: Glo's Latest Obsession

Must Be Nice…

Nine Things You Should Never Say to a Stay-at-Home Mom

Page: 5 of 9
  • "When do you plan to return to your career?"

    This implies that one should have a solid plan mapped out, when in reality, this economy leaves many people struggling to figure out the immediate future. Moms who've put their careers on hold worry about whether they'll be able to get a job when they're ready to return to the workforce—and they don't need someone reminding them that the future's uncertain. "Asking when also implies that staying home is a temporary detour, when it might not be for that person," notes Steiner. It's better to ask if a woman is interested in returning to her previous career, not when.

Must Be Nice…
Nine Things You Should Never Say to a Stay-at-Home Mom
http://static.glo.com/photos/Original/87392_Original.jpg
Comments
* When using Facebook Connect your image and name may display on Glo. All privacy settings are controlled by Facebook.

contact us