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To the Stay-At-Home Mom Who Reads Working Mother Articles

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Do you have a full-time job? No? Then, you might not like what you read here.

Meredith Bodgas

You’re scrolling through your social media feed and see an article that captures your attention. The title instantly informs you that it’s about mothers who work outside the home, and therefore not necessarily relevant to you, but you feel compelled to read it anyway. Midway through the article your brow is furrowed and you’re feeling defensive. And when you finish it, if you can tolerate getting to the end of it, you’re already clicking the angry emoji and preparing to

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