If you think it’s either one way or the other, think again.

Psychology Today

February 9, 2014

This impasse made it impossible for either of  them to hear the other’s perspective: "But the real problem was that they had polarized one another, taking opposing positions that made it seem as though the choice between favoring work over family, or vice versa, had to be made."

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