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Expert Advice for the Working Mom

Hear what the experts have to say about juggling home and a career.

Q: "What's your advice for young moms who must work and can't be available to nurse?"

A: "You raise a concern that's shared by many others."


Q: "My husband and I both work and on the weekends my son is very emotional, constantly telling me he loves me. Should I be worried?"

A: "It's natural for little children to miss their moms and to want physical intimacy with them when they see them."


Q: "Every morning, my three-year-old tells me he doesn't want me to go to work. But once he's in school he seems perfectly content. What do you think?"

A: "I think your child sounds like a well-adjusted, happy three-year-old."


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