3 Attributes Children Learn From Their Working Mothers

From observing their parent and also learning how to behave in their absence

A mom is sitting on a chair using her computer; she is teaching her three children how to use the computer
Children consciously and subconsciously retain a lot of lessons and skills from their working mothers. Getty Images

It’s three o’clock on a Wednesday, and if you’re a working mom, your mind might wander to a list of competing priorities. Likely, your children will shortly be dismissed from school, dinner plans are up in the air, and you’ve got a list of tasks to complete before you shut down your computer for the day. Leaving work could better be described as changing work as your day evolves from serving your team to serving your family.

@jenniferlux11 Jennifer Lux is vp of client experience with LyntonWeb.
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