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How She Really Does It: Secrets of Successful Stay-at-Work Moms Paperback – March 7, 2006
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"[Sachs] generously covers the secrets of stay-at-work moms, canning the guilt." -- Nashville Parent, May 2006
"[Sachs] generously covers the secrets of stay-at-work moms, canning the guilt." -- Parent World, May 2006
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This book is really targeted towards professional women who work. She does not have a lot of empathy or understanding for stay at home mom's (she believes it's hypocritical to get a high level degree and then decide not to work anymore), so if this would offend you, don't read this book. For me, it was perfect because I tend to agree, but it's not something all moms agree on. Also, the research presented is strongly supportive of working and does not present research to support mom's staying at home. In that sense it is one-sided. However, for a mom who does work a lot and wants to feel validated it's wonderful.
If you are looking for a book that will lift your spirits, offer some practical advise and inspire you to have a fresh outlook, I suggest "Balance is a Crock, Sleep is for the Weak"
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