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Boston College Center for Work & Family Study Explores Dads' Views on Paternity Leave, and Corporate and Country Policies and Programs CHESTNUT HILL, Mass., June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fathers
Millennial Parents Are Happiest With Work-Life Choices and Proudest of Their Own Mom's Decision To Work, Show Surprising Ambivalence on Whether Today's Families Should Have One Parent Home With the
Conflict between earning a living and caring for their children can make working parents feel as though what they are doing at any given time is less meaningful.
Although working mothers and fathers are almost as likely to think about family matters throughout the day, only for mothers is this type of mental labor associated with increased stress and negative emotions.
Despite the unique challenges of working from home, the number of work-at-home parents is growing.
A recent article by the President of Barnard College, Debora Spar, seeks to cut women some slack by insisting it's ok not to be perfect (http://bit.ly/Pw2w9u).
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