London: Working mothers who expect that a successful career and family life can be blended with relative ease, are more likely to become depressed than women who accept they “cannot do it all”, according to a new research. They become frustrated when they fail to measure up to their own expectations.“Women are sold a story that they can do it all, but most workplaces are designed for employees without child-care responsibilities,” the Daily Express quoted sociologist Katrina Leupp, of Washington University, as saying.
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