Professional Success Seems To Kill Family Success
It’s rough trying to manage our careers and keep our families together. We tend to experience progress in one while the other falls by the wayside. Statistically speaking, the Herculean balancing act of family and career hits young people the hardest. Today 20 to 35-year-olds make up most new divorces, which makes sense because those are the years in which we are most focused on getting our careers off the ground.
[pullquote]”The problem is young couples are just young and dumb.”[/pullquote]
To get more insight into balancing career and family, I went out and interviewed several highly successful couples. Some married for more than 40 years. Read More