Love stories

Rutledge, Margie
May 1999
Mothering;May/Jun99, Issue 94, p36
Focuses on the challenges encountered by women writers who feel pressured to balance their writing career and their motherhood responsibilities. Recognition of the space, attention and time demanded by raising children which could limit efforts to write; Case examples; Strategies to cope with motherhood problems.


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