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Superwoman Syndrome

When Marjorie Hansen Shayevich wrote the book Superwoman Syndrome in 1984, thousands of women rushed to her seminars to learn how to achieve all of this. But six years later, the situation changed. “The women of the 80s wanted to do this,” said Shayevich, a counselor for family and marriage in LaJoll, California. The women of the 90s already had this. ”
What happened over the years? Everything is very simple. It is time for reality. Women dressed in fine-looking costumes, with a briefcase in one hand and a child in the other, received a vivid lesson: it is not always easy to implement the opportunity. “In real life, to get all this means doing all this,” remarked one of the women in a responsible position, the mother of a restless baby, who had just recently begun to walk. And believe me, this is exhausting. ”
Janet Loeb, 38, returned to work at the publishing house when her son was 4 months old. According to her, she was poorly prepared for the superwoman’s lifestyle, which, like most women, was based on newspapers, magazines and television shows. “Films like“ Children's Boom ”(Baby Boom), in which single mother Diana Keaton raises her daughter, at the same time creating a huge baby food company, an advertisement showing a business woman who brings home bacon and cooks food, fantasies that have nothing in common with reality, ”says Dr. Shayevich from the Institute of Family and Work.

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