Amomama cares about social responsibility, that's why we've created the 'MOTHERS WITH WILL' project dedicated to the stories of strong women who can inspire millions by their example.
American motherhood has changed in many ways in the past few decades. Today's moms are more educated than ever before. They spend more time on paid work and managing to pay attention to their children.
Simultaneously, there are many challenging circumstances that mothers have to overcome on their own. Many women raise children alone, experience miscarriages, and face discrimination when returning to work. We believe that the situation can be better.
in the U.S.
mean age when
moms in the U.S
“I have a career being me so I don't think it could be anything better than that.”
“Looking back right now, that's like it's meant to be. It always makes sense afterwards.”
“I believe we have this beautiful power to be able to share with at least those who are there with us.”
“These bad feelings or these worries and concerns won't last forever.“
“There is one central theme that has carried me through in my life is curiosity.”
That's how many
moms are among
Among this percentage of single mothers: 45% of single mothers are currently divorced or separated, 34% of single mothers never have been married.
Being a mother and being able to nurture and care for a child is a life-giving accomplishment. We want to show broad aspects of motherhood and reveal different situations where mothers have shown extraordinary personal qualities in contrasting cases.
Our heroines are examples of how moms combine career and motherhood, care for children with special needs and maternity, or solo care for their children. All these cases will inspire you to pass your challenging times and give you some ideas and faith in a brighter future. Amomama is used to telling stories that matter, and the 'MOTHERS WITH WILL' project shows it perfectly well.