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Thinking of Becoming a Stay-at-Home Mom? Leave the Job, Not the Workforce

Thinking of Becoming a Stay-at-Home Mom? Leave the Job, Not the Workforce

Next to my divorce, one of the toughest challenges I’ve had in my life was trying to re-enter the workforce after a prolonged absence home with my children. You would think that moving to a new city and country at 17, getting married and raising kids would have been harder. For me, the idea of going back to work was much more frightening and intimidating yet it was something I desperately wanted and needed. I worked for 6 years after graduate school at a large corporation. I was too young to realize that while I was smart and capable, I was totally not aligned with the culture of the organization I was working at. Within 2 years of getting married I had my first child and couldn’t wait f

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