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Tuesday
Aug132013

Who Thinks About Family More? And Who Gets More Stressed About It?

According to a recent piece on the Smithsonian website, although "women and men spend the same amount of time worrying about family matters, women feel a disproportional amount negative emotional affects-- stress, depression, and the like-- from this mental labor." Read the complete article on smithsonianmag.com here.

Check out our articles on juggling family and work here and here.

 

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