It is unlikely that many working parents were surprised by the National Working Families report released by Parents at Work last week that showed the juggle between work and family is more often than not a struggle. The health and welfare of parents is compromised because of it.

While these findings, sadly, aren’t remotely surprising, I’m not convinced it has to be this way.

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