Quotation by Grace Baruch

The knowledge that for women in middle adulthood, multiple roles can tie in with well-being should help younger women who are struggling with the pressures of small children and a job, and who may be tempted to abandon or severely curtail their career goals.... The woman who manages to hang onto her career may be in for some stress in her younger years when the pulls and tugs of family and career can be intense, but if she can persist, her chances for much smoother sailing in her mature years seem very good.
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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