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Although am not a single mom (or dad), I find, as I post over my
estimated average to techwr-l, that I agree.
I am very concious right now (and for the past 6 months) of having to
choose daily, and on weekends, between my employer and family, and am
also acutely aware of the resulting stress; none of this helps my
I agree wholeheartedly. I attempt to be as productive as possible during
40 hours here at work. I am a single mom, and any hours beyond 40
on my time with my son, who is certainly the biggest priority in my
; the 'overtime bunch' is still not
done, so they are holding up our deadline. Go figure.
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