Are You Struggling With Motherhood?

Motherhood is an amazing and transformative experience that inevitably causes you to re-think your priorities, relationships, and definition of success. As part of that process, many of us that graduated college 20 years ago or more, have struggled with balancing our child’s needs with our own career objectives.

Most of my friends have continued to be high-achievers at work, while some have scaled back, and others simply opted out of the workforce after having a second or third child until their kids were in full-time school. There is no easy choice, but you hopefully pick the one that works best for you and your family.

There are a series of articles that recently were printed in the Atlantic about this subject. Here is the link to one:

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About the Author:

For over 18 years, Regina A. DeMeo has been helping families in MD and DC with custody and divorce issues either through mediation, litigation or advocacy. She is an alumna of Georgetown University and GW University Law School, who is nationally recognized as a top matrimonial attorney. She is frequently quoted in the media for her ideas to promote healthier relationships and featured in the Washington Post, ABA Journal and Bethesda Magazine for her care and commitment to her clients. As a legal commentator, she has appeared on ABC tv, Good Morning America, MMCTV, YouTube and Sirius XM, and has been quoted in various magazines, books and journals across the country.