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Emotional Labor: The Invisible Work (Most) Women Do

Emotional Labor: The Invisible Work (Most) Women Do

Update: 2018-05-055
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Remembering the grocery list, coordinating with the babysitter, making food for the potluck, scheduling a get-together with the in-laws: These are some of the invisible tasks that (most) women exclusively do in their romantic relationships — and the list goes on and on. Women from across the country wrote in to the Dear Sugars inbox echoing identical inequalities in their relationships with their husbands and boyfriends. The Sugars commiserate with this aggrieved chorus, along with Gemma Hartley, the writer who set off a national conversation about emotional labor with her viral ...
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Emotional Labor: The Invisible Work (Most) Women Do

Emotional Labor: The Invisible Work (Most) Women Do

WBUR and The New York Times