Shani Orgad, a professor at the London School of Economics, echoes this view in her new book, Heading Home, an in-depth study of 35 women in the United Kingdom who left promising careers to become stay-at-home moms and now quietly regret it. Often, that feels like the whole of my identity. A version of this article appeared in the January—February issue pp. In some ways the books could not be more different. Alison Beard is a senior editor at Harvard Business Review. Society places unrealistic expectations on women. They offer no tips on chore charts or carpool schedules, e-mail triage or task delegation to make both home and office run more smoothly.
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