Mothers in the UK are entitled to six weeks' decently-paid maternity leave, compared with six months in Croatia, more than four months in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, and at least three months in Estonia, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, France, Malta and Switzerland, said the report.The only European countries offering less decently-paid maternity leave than the UK are Ireland and Slovakia, said the TUC.General Secretary Frances O'Grady said: 'The UK is in the relegation zone when it comes to decently-paid maternity leave.'Many European countries offer decent support to new mums, but lots of parents here are forced back to work early to pay the bills.'Most employed mothers are entitled to 52 weeks' maternity leave and 39 weeks' statutory maternity pay (SMP) or maternity allowance.SMP for eligible women is usually paid at 90% of average weekly earnings for the first six weeks, with the remaining 33 weeks at £139.58 or 90% of their average weekly earnings, whichever is lower.How do you have one or multiple healthy sexual relationships built on trust? Are you full of frustration, neediness, shame, self hate? Increased loneliness leading to chronic masturbation and porn addiction is replacing real loving connections.
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