Quotation by Grace Baruch

In different life prints, stress will be felt intensely at different times. The woman who is trying to juggle young children and a demanding job may feel the most pressure in her late twenties and early thirties, but by her forties her investment in the job will be paying off and the demands of the family will be lessening. The woman who has been a homemaker in a very traditional pattern may experience a great deal of stress around the issue of redefining her life as the active role of mothering comes to an end.
Grace Baruch (20th century), U.S. developmental psychologist, Rosalind Barnett (20th century), U.S. clinical psychologist, and Caryl Rivers (20th century), U.S. journalist. Life Prints, ch. 8 (1983).
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