During your twenties you’re supposed to make long hours, work hard and go after your goals. If being a mom is one of those goals, does that mean you have to quit the dream of achieving your career?
Our ‘’reality’’ isn’t so real anymore, so we are used to seeing ‘’perfection’’ all the time and thinking that that is our reality.
Growing up we might have been told to fight back twice as hard, but I don’t see that approach working out in our favour at work.
This is a problem that is rarely discussed, despite it being a prevalent issue in many work environments, in various forms, and to various extents. It can be really obvious, so it is clear to all those witnessing, but it can also be very subtle, making you doubt whether it is actually bullying or just mean jokes and criticism.
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