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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- The New York Times reported on a study that found that the wealthiest mothers and their babies are the most likely to survive the year after childbirth — except when the family is Black.
- Above the Law emphasized the importance of educating managers about how to properly support their staff through parental leave.
- The Washington Post explained how your feelings about work and your experiences on the job affect how you parent, and in turn, can influence your child’s development.
- NBC News shared information from the CDC indicating that “sexual attacks and other traumatic experiences have led to an unprecedented level of hopelessness and suicidal thoughts among America’s young women.”
- The 19th reported that an Oklahoma judge transferred a lesbian mom’s parental rights to her son’s sperm donor.
- Romper shared baby sleep experts’ tips for the four-month sleep regression.
- Nursing Clio explored the racist history of American baby contests.
- In Insider, a mother wrote about how she switches out of “mom mode” when her kids are with her ex-husband.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Frazzled, with “Help! I’m Trapped in the E-Mail Chain Organizing a Thank-You Gift for Billie’s Mom.”
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On Corporette Recently…
- We discussed how savings goals change over time.
- We talked about the most comfortable bras.
- We discussed how to make friends as you get older.
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