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Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive Download î 107 Download ß eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Stephanie Land Stephanie Land ½ 7 Read St heart rending prose and with great insightMaid explores the underbelly of the upper middle classes and the reality of what it's like to be in service to them 'I'd become a nameless ghost' Stephanie writes With this audiobook she gives voice to the 'servant' worker those who fight daily to scramble and scrape by for their own lives and the lives of their children. America is or so the song tells us the land of the brave and the home of the free What I learned reading 1 star reviews of Maid and comments on Goodreads is it s also the home of some of the most unpleasant and pathologically unsympathetic victim blamers that I ve ever seen brave enough to write such horrible things in a public placeI m completely unfamiliar with any controversy around this book I m also not American I m not blind to the way some people seem to fall into a hole of despair and grab the nearest shovel to dig it even deeper but I am interested in how they do their best to try to climb out I don t consider that anything the author might have done before the book started is actually any of my business I take it at face value Here s a woman with a small child a bad habit of choosing the wrong kind of men trying to get by in the world and trying to keep her child fed clothed and housed by whatever means she canI found the book very readable I appreciated how vulnerable the millions of people without savings or job security can be when one or two things go wrong in their lives and they slide into povertyIt s not great literature It s no Angela s Ashes Nobody s drinking tea out of jam jars or picking up coal in the street It s an uncomfortable life but there are much worse in novels nobody s shooting up the neighbourhood or getting our maid hooked on drugs or forcing her to into sexual slavery But that doesn t mean it s fair to blame her for her problems accuse her of blaming everybody else for them or to deny the unpleasant things that happen to her So she wanted to buy organic milk on her food stamps because she incorrectly I m pretty sure thinks skimmed milk has added sugar That s her choice it s not our place to judge her nor to sarcastically chant You re welcome as she bags up her groceries and we try to make her feel crappy because we well not me I don t pay US taxes somehow paid for themI liked Stephanie I appreciated her work ethic I understood her drive to be I also understood she was disappointed by her family but I didn t think less of her for thatAs a work of literary greatness this doesn t hit the mark for me but as a realistic account of trying to do your best it s not bad at all and if it makes some people feel uncomfortable that their tax dollars are supporting scroungers then maybe they need to look at what else those dollars are going on killing people all over the world in support of the egotism of a president with a narcissistic personality disorder who clearly never had to decide where to spend his food stamps

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Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive Download î 107 Download ß eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Stephanie Land Stephanie Land ½ 7 Read 'My daughter learned to walk in a homeless shelter'    As a struggling single mum determined to keep a roof over her daughter's head Stephanie Land worked for years as a maid working long hours in order to provide for her small family In Maid she reveals the dark truth of what it takes to survive and thrive in today's ineuitable society     As she worked har. An inspiring story of a single mother s struggle to survive despite all the cards being stacked against her A very positive message

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Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive Download î 107 Download ß eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Stephanie Land Stephanie Land ½ 7 Read D to climb her way out of poverty as a single parent scrubbing the toilets of the wealthy navigating domestic labour jobs as a cleaner whilst also juggling higher education assisted housing and a tangled web of government assistance Stephanie wrote She wrote the true stories that weren't being told The stories of the overworked and underpaid     Written in hone. I hoped I would enjoy this book especially as a fellow struggling single parent who cleaned houses to make ends meet Instead all I got from the writer was a sense of entitlement and anger at the system not meeting her needs the low pay for cleaners bring homeless when in truth she got herself into various situations with her eyes wide open and didn t do much aside from complainThere didn t seem to be a lesson learnt by the end of her experience possibly to make better choices in futureVery glad her life is much improved especially for her daughter s sake

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  • Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive
  • Stephanie Land
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  • 13 April 2018
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