Moms work more than dads: Unequal multitasking hurts parenting relationships

Moms work more than dads but enjoy it less, parenting studies have found. Men also object more if they feel forced to multitask. Busy parents handle workloads and responsibility differently and it can affect parenting relationships. How parents juggle multiple tasks may cause rifts if one deems the other "lazy" or "unsupportive." Multitasking studies asked parents to record how many tasks they were performing at one time and also how they felt about multitasking.   Moms work more than dads: Unequal multitasking hurts parenting relationships | Examiner.com

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