My work-life balance problems

Here’s a thought-provoking article from The Guardian.

One Response to “My work-life balance problems”

  1. Marie Lewis Says:

    ‘I am not terribly sentimental or guilt-ridden about their babyhood. In fact, in inverse proportion to many women I know, I feel that the older children get, the more important it is to keep an eye on their progress. ‘


    Our children are aged between 7 and 16 years old. I find that the middle years and teenage years are crucial in building trust , having fun, building family memories and establishing good communication. The children will consciously draw upon these memories in later life, whilst the early years are forgotten (although we know that this is a vitally important time for sculpting the infant brain and the hidden ‘windows of opportunity’ for healthy development that cannot be recaptured when the child is older ).


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