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One child theory has been favoured by women due to its rationality and measurable outcomes.
According to her theory, problem of mismanagement starts occurring when women in significant positions (professionals) opt for more than one child and end up in losing their health, wealth, joy, sanity and financial stability due to distracted presence (at home and work). A decade ago, when “Stay-at-home-mom” revolution surged then Linda Hirshman (feminist writer) advised these women to not quit their career completely for upbringing of their children, but instead adapt one child policy to balance both. However, the revolution persuaded them to an extent that they left their jobs for family life.
After a decade, “Stay-at-home-mom” revolution is completely out of picture and women, who left professional life for family life, were interviewed to share their experiences of success or loss. These women who sacrificed their lives for child rearing, nearly after a decade face pressing issues like divorce, single parenting, sole management, financial instability and low professional scores on their resume due to job gap. Kali Goff the author of the article “Is Having Only One Child The Key To Gender Equality?” also supports Lind Hirshman stance on one child theory as it secures the position of a woman, when she is faced with issues like separation, divorce, single parenting or child custody.
Moreover, she suggests that with multiple children dependency of a woman increases on his spouse. And this dependence is negative development for woman, as they tend to comprise bad/abusive behaviour of their spouse for the sake of their children. Thus, financial stability of a woman is a significant matter in all times and to maintain this stability, women have to embrace a strategy, which enables them to be successful as a parent and professional as well. Juggling with high profile career and family
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while the rationale of all this may just seem numerical to many, but this attempts to answer many of the psychological and sociological mysteries of our societies, in that how we understand people and interpersonal relations.
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single-child policy in 1979, which required each family to limit their child bearing to one, or face governmental sanctions and penalties (Evans, 2005). The government felt this was a necessity to increase economic and social development, and improve Chinese quality of life