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Mothers Are Drowning In Stress: Here’s What Can Help

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Caitlyn Collins quoted in Simple Most on working moms and managing stress.

Women Working Longer Hours, Sleeping Less, as They Juggle Commitments

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Caitlyn Collins in The Wall Street Journal on working mothers and work-life balance.

Why American Moms Can’t Get Enough Expert Parenting Advice

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Caitlyn Collins writes in the Atlantic about women's struggle to balance work and family life.

America is not for mothers

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A St. Louis Post-Dispatch op-ed shares ideas from Caitlyn Collins' book "Making Motherhood Work."

Flexible working for parents is great. But child-free people need it, too

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Caitlyn Collins explores how work and family tensions are exacerbated by both a long-hours culture and what she sees as society’s dismissive attitudes towards care-giving in The Guardian.

Abandoning public education will be considered unthinkable 50 years from now

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In The Highlight by Vox, Adia Harvey Wingfield discusses school choice and inequality.

WashU Expert: New labor laws would strengthen unions, fight income inequalities

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The Source recaps Jake Rosenfeld's testimony on March 26 before a House Subcommittee exploring changes to the National Labor Relations Act.

Why U.S. Working Moms – And Are So Stressed What To Do About It

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Caitlyn Collins discusses working moms, stress, and resolutions on HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.

Can moms really have work-life balance?

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Caitlyn Collins talks about the myth of work-life balance in an interview for KARE11.

Activists unnerved by deaths of men tied to Ferguson protests

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Odis Johnson comments on the police response to the death of protesters in Ferguson, MO in the Associate Press.

Years of research prove what we already know: Working moms in the US are drowning in stress

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Sociologist Caitlyn Collins comments on guilt, worry, and work-life conflict of mothers on The Bump.

Why it matters that Beto O’Rourke said he 'sometimes' helps his wife raise their 3 kids

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Caitlyn Collins on the unequal division of labor and its disastrous consequences for women on Good Morning America.