Dale M. Posthumus

Although I will agree that this is a bigger problem for women, it may help to move toward solutions if we look at this as an issue for both women and men. First of all, we must accept that this is about compromises. Over my career, I have also been concerned about the time I was able to spend with our son as he grew. Do I work my dream job or spend more time with my family? Do I look for more money or more time? How many kids grew up with a father who worked so hard, he was barely home? These are the exact same questions as posed, apparently (I have not read the book), here. Maybe we should be partners in developing solutions.