From Publishers Weekly
A clinical psychologist and working mother, Laraine Zappert interviewed 300 Stanford University Business School graduates to prepare her well-organized and optimistic book, Getting It Right: How Working Mothers Successfully Take Up the Challenge of Life, Family, and Career. Offering hard-won insights from women who've faced down these issues, she guides readers through decisions about such crucial issues as timing the birth of their children, allocating housework, evaluating various work arrangements and lining up support. Her time-tested solutions for creating a healthy balance between work and home require effort and dedication, though there is much to be gained from them.
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Business Times (New Haven, CT) The insights, advice and strategies found in Getting It Right will help you make smarter, more informed decisions for creating a satisfying and fulfilling lifestyle on every level.
Publishers Weekly [A] well-organized and optimistic book.