Studies Show YouGoGrrl Careerism Harms Kids
Why do women insist on having careers, often at huge personal and familial costs? There are three probable answers.
First, women are very susceptible to suggestion, and believe having a career is the “right” thing to do thanks to cultural indoctrination from grade school to college. They’re also bombarded with messages promoting careerism 24/7 from the corrupt corporate media. Women think they’ll enjoy a world much like the fantasy world “career girls” on TV enjoy – a lot of sitting around talking, gossiping, and spending money without actually doing much work. The truth is, most women end up wage slaves after entering the GloboWorldCorp matrix.
Second, women believe covering their basic needs on their own (Don’t Need a Man™ syndrome) will raise the asking price for pussy when it comes time to select a mate. Unfortunately, the men they took jobs away from can’t improve women’s lives if both sexes are sharing crumbs from the corporate table. Women end up alone due to their hypergamous instincts (instincts to date and marry up in social status, not across or down) and the fact they waste the decade or so they can actually provide value to men with their youth and fertility instead riding the cock carousel.
Third, women think they can bypass men and go directly to the source of male resources by taking men’s jobs. After all, women have been programmed to think men are mainly useless beasts of burden by feminism, who have the “baggage” of all their emotional and “dirty” sexual needs (as Puritanism would put it). Women think they can have more material things, fuck Alpha male leaders in business, and crap on the Beta males they loathe if they do the work themselves. However, women have actually bankrupted themselves by attempting this end-run around Beta males as the ongoing retail collapse shows.
Worse, seldom do women think about the effects their choices are having on children. In addition to the grave error post-feminist societies commit by banishing fathers from the gynocentric kingdom thereby damaging traditional family structure, mommies who dump their kids on nannies or in daycare to chase corporate paychecks are raising compromised members of society.
There is a large body of research confirming that moms are desperately needed in the home, not shuffling paperwork in endless corporate hierarchies for subsistence wages and/or the materialistic shopping and eating out binges women crave. Check out this writeup from Daily Mail:
Twenty years ago, distinguished teacher and psychotherapist Doreen Goodman started What About The Children? in response to the horrific murder of Jamie Bulger. She expressed the view that the little boy’s young killers were victims, too, because children who have their emotional needs met early in life are unlikely to become murderers.
She argued strongly that children should be cared for primarily by a consistent mother figure for the first three years.
Indeed, consistent research shows that children raised by absentee moms are more likely to become delinquents and do poorly in school. Then, there’s this research. Of course, shunned by gynocentric, myopic, Anglo society.
The great psychologist and psychiatrist John Bowlby was saying the same thing in the Fifties.
His vast experience and fieldwork led him to develop attachment theory: the idea that infants need to experience a warm and continuous relationship with their mother (or permanent mother substitute) in order to thrive.
He was attacked by feminists and ostracised by psychoanalysts for saying what now seems obvious: that the formation of an ongoing relationship with a child is a vital part of parenting. His work is underpinned by a vast amount of research.
Need even more research stating moms need to care for their children rather than climbing the corporate ladder? How about this.
I learned much about babies’ separation anxiety and stress at the What About The Children? conference – and wish Elizabeth Truss had been there, too.
She’d have heard Professor Sir Denis Pereira Grey (former president of the Royal College of Practitioners), early years expert Dr Carole Ulanowsky, consultant child psychotherapist Robin Balbernie and professor of social work and psychology David Howe talk about how growing problems in society, such as depression, can be due to poor child/career relationships and stress in the first three years.
Anglo society does specialize in creating broken individuals, who look to materialism and consumerism to satisfy their emotional needs rather than other human beings. Such is the dubious outcome of a century of social engineering aimed at pushing women out of the home and into the workforce – dubbed The Century of the Self by BBC filmmaker Adam Curtis.
The studies highlighted above only focus on the first three years. But the need for consistent, loving mothers in kids’ lives goes well beyond three years of age. Not to mention, the need for consistent, loving fathers and not Child Support Check Dads.
Some might call into question the need to have children at all, but to those souls one might remind them of the fact demographics is destiny. Those cultures which shun children and the responsibility that comes with them are moribund societies, much like the demographically declining Anglo world of today – a world in which whites are dying off at record pace.
In sum, women need to abandon the corporate world and embrace the hearth of the home if Anglo society is ever to function properly again – or even survive. The dereliction of feminine duty to society is having disastrous consequences to both the next generation and the fabric of English-speaking nations, while these gynocentric societies refuse (as if under a gag order not to challenge the “goddesses” of Anglo culture) to take women to task even as they face their own destruction.
Like this article? Has the blog helped change your life in a positive way? Buy one of my books from The New Modern Man Originals section of the Recommended Reading and Viewing page or buy anything from Amazon using this link. You can also sponsor The New Modern Man or make a donation for as little as $1.