About "Should I Stay Home?"
Based on the success of the "Should I Stay Home?" workshops, this workbook offers you the chance to benefit from the experiences of other mothers who have made the leap from "professional woman" to "stay-at-home" mom. This easy to follow, step-by-step workbook will help you to understand the financial realities, family dynamics, and social implications of leaving your career behind to take on the role of "full time" mother.
"I understand how difficult this decision can be for a family. I am now, officially a "Stay Home Mom." I have dirty dishes, dust bunnies, and cat litter to clean everyday. I am responsible for laundry, cleaning, cooking, and running errands. At the same time I write books, give workshops, and run a home-based international business. Sometimes this change of roles surprises me. After all shouldn't a woman with a Ph.D. work outside the home? Other times I wonder why I didn't do this before. And though it was a difficult decision, I wouldn't change my current role for the universe. It's the best decision I ever made and the foundation for this book. I hope that it can inspire and guide you to make the best choice for yourself and your family." Beth Fisher PhD
About Beth Fisher PhD A nationally renowned speaker and workshop facilitator specializing in personal empowerment and development, family enrichment, and teacher education, Dr Beth Fisher's warm, witty, and practical approach to life is fast making her a popular author.
Her professional background, both as a public school teacher and as a university professor training teachers to educate those with special needs, has given Dr. Beth Fisher a unique ability to simplify eventhe most difficult personal development issues into easy to understand, bite-sized, step-by-step paths to success. It is this practical approach to problem solving and self exploration, coupled with a real passion for life and helping others that has made "Dr. Beth" such a popular figure in the field of personal development.
Far from "just" an academic who teaches theory, Dr. Beth Fisher has personally experienced the topics that she tackles and approaches problem solving with understanding and humor. She uses her personal experiences as a mother, a professional, and a woman to help others work through their own difficulties and reach their full potential. Dr. Beth Fisher has a Ph.D. from the University of Indiana in Curriculum and Instruction and over two decades of experience as an educator.