She's sandwiched between the needs of aging parents and the demands of kids. Her aggravation is palpable. She's fed up with her employer's inflexibility over her schedule and with her employer's mindset that relates motherhood with undedicated slacking off.
Real, her schedule needs to accommodate periodic doctor's consultations and school events for children, in addition to the emotional roller coaster of viewing her mom’s and dad's health decrease. She has a full-time profession and a track record of success in a business that she very much loves.
Think exactly what. This woman is now a guy.
Among the more interesting findings of a new report on work/life conflicts is the significant increase in claims by males who feel victimized as they try to handle everything. Invite to the work environment, gentlemen.