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Working Moms: Don't Feel Guilty!

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Here's why you shouldn't feel bad about using child care for your kids.

Families thrive not in spite of working mothers, but because of them, say Sharon Meers and Joanna Strober, authors of the book "Getting to 50/50: How Working Couples Can Have It All by Sharing It All." You can have a great career and marriage while being a great mother, they say.

Working moms: Do YOU feel guilty?

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Dee March 2, 2009, 3:23 PM

Working full-time with an 18-month-old daughter brings challenges daily. But you do what you can to make it work. Just this past month my daughter screams and cries when I leave for work. My husband holds and comforts her while I leave. I think as long as you try to work as a team and coordinate your schedules so that your child has as much quality family time as possible is key.

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