Maeyama, Marisa; Perkins, Sabrina; Williams, Geoff
August 2003
Parenting;Aug2003, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p89
Offers tips on the management of work and family. Hotels that offer services for children on business trips; Ways for mothers to ease separation anxiety in children; Recommendations for working mothers before heading home from work; Ways to keep workload manageable if on paid leave.


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