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Canada Pharmacy Drugstore Warns Super Moms

Wednesday 14 September 2011 - Filed under Canada Pharmacy + Canadian Drugstore

Employed mothers are less vulnerable to display indications of depression and take Canadian drugs than stay-at-home moms. Nevertheless, employed mothers who are nearly perfectionists and have high hopes of managing work and family have excessive levels of depression compared with their more relaxed equivalents.

Females between 22 and 30 years old were asked on what they think of statements like, “A wife who carries out her full family responsibilities doesn’t have time for a job outside the home”; “The employment of wives lead to more juvenile delinquency”; “Women are much happier if they stay at home and take care of their children”; and “It is much better for everyone concerned if the man is the achiever outside the home and the woman takes care of home and family.” They were considered whether they will buy Lexapro if depression is inevitable.

“The findings really point to the mismatch between women’s expectations about their ability to balance work and family. Women still do the bulk of household labor and child care, even when they’re employed full time,” according to study author Katrina Leupp, a graduate student at the University of Washington in Seattle. “Women who go into employment expecting it to be difficult — ‘I’m going to have to work full time and do the laundry at night,’ but who are accepting of that are less likely to be frustrated than women who expect things to be more equal with their partners.”

“The difficult task of juggling employment and family care falls primarily on women,” based on the study. “Compared to European women, American women get little in the way of paid time off after childbirth or subsidized child care.”

“Women who have a realistic expectation are more likely to choose men who are going to help out around the house,” said Shelley Correll, an associate professor of sociology at Stanford University. “If you choose someone who will be a helpmate to you that may lead to lower levels of depression.”

“We do know that, having to do things like answer an email at night is associated with feelings of guilt for women but not for men, and that guilt is associated with psychological distress,” said study author Katrina Leupp, a graduate student at the University of Washington in Seattle..

“Be gentle with yourself and accept that balancing work and family feels hard because it is hard, rather than feeling that guilty or unsuccessful if you can’t devote as much time as you would like to your job and to your family,” Leupp added. Be laidback with your job and chores in order to avoid visiting buying from Canadian drugstores online.

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