Getting It Right: How Working Mothers Successfully Take Up the Challenge of Life, Family and Career
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Getting It Right: How Working Mothers Successfully Take Up the Challenge of Life, Family and Career

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Career or motherhood? Do you have to sacrifice one to be truly successful in the other? And if you're trying to do both, will you have to compromise your career path or your child's needs? With professional demands increasingly impinging on personal time, is "having it all" even realistic, or is it just plain fantasy?
Now leading Stanford University psychologist Dr. Larai...more
ebook, 288 pages
Published March 9th 2001 by Pocket Books (first published 2001)
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Sarah
This is a must read for any woman hoping to balance their personal lives and motherhood. This book contains checklists for those considering children and extremely helpful ideas for both working mothers and those who decide to stay home. It really helped me make decisions in how to design my life in a way that meets my family’s needs, my employer's expectations, and still leave a couple hours in the week for myself. Zappert's research of countless professional women has also helped me understand...more
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