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Working parents often struggle to balance family and work

There's a common saying related to the idea that you can't have it all. This saying of often used when discussing working mothers and the many challenges and difficulties they face when attempting to excel at both motherhood and their careers. According to the Pew Research Center, working mothers are much more likely to experience difficulties when attempting to balance parenting and working outside the home with 51 percent admitting that "being a working parent has made it more difficult for them to advance in their career, as opposed to just 16 percent of working dads admitting the same.

Is your spouse's social media use driving you towards divorce?

We live in an increasingly connected world in terms of the Internet. Today it seems that nearly everyone has at least one social media account. Increasingly, sites like Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat are being used by the young and old alike to connect with old and new friends. According to a recent survey conducted by a U.K. law firm, in an attempt to stay more connected, many husbands and wives appear to be alienating their spouses.

Children in joint custody arrangements report fewer health ailments

Many parents who divorce or separate have problems communicating with or getting along with an ex. Too often, parents allow their co-parenting relationships to be poisoned by hard feelings and resentment. In the end, it's a shared child who ultimately loses out as one parent may seek to limit the other's involvement or access to a child.

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