I really wasn’t expecting the article to go that way, it was kind of surprised me. However, I never thought a “stay at home mother” is considered to be a failure. I just saw it as an option that a mother could take instead of going to work every day. Also I think the “stay at home mother” was always good for the family because she is there to help the kids, prepare meals and support the husband. If the mother feels they don’t want to take that route then they should simply find work. Either way, neither option should not be knocked down or looked down upon because it’s the mother’s decision.