Once upon a time -- several decades ago -- there was a clear divide between the roles of mothers and fathers. Mothers stayed home and took care of the kids and fathers went to work.
All of that changed when women began entering the work force in droves. According to the Census Bureau, in the last four decades the number of mothers who became working mothers doubled to 80 percent, and the lines between the sexes began to blur.
But while women became more like men, men have been slower to break...Full Story