More women than ever before are having babies "later in life" - in their late thirties and forties. This book examines the problems and advantages of late motherhood, dealing with the practical, emotional and medical aspects. From problems with conception to returning to work after the birth, it explores the range of decisions which have to be made, and the options available. It also looks beyond the problems of child-care, to consider how older mothers also cope with school-age children and teenagers.
About the Author
Monica L. Jones a native of Detroit, Michigan. She began writing at a young age. However, she did not seriously consider writing professionally until 1999. Monica attended Oakland University, Howard University, and Eastern Michigan University. She possesses a Bachelor's Degree and two Master's Degrees. For eight and a half years Monica taught English at Cass Technical High School in Downtown Detroit. Currently, she is an Guidance Counselor at Oak Park High School in Oak Park, Michigan. She lives in Metropolitan Detroit where she enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is currently working on her next novel.
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