'Don't wait up for me'

Tallis, Raymond
February 2010
Community Care;2/11/2010, Issue 1805, p18
The article presents views of partners of two social workers regarding the pressures faced by them and the expert's opinion on the same. Raymond Tallis, a doctor supported his wife Terry who was a hospital social worker. He compares and contrasts the changing experiences between his profession as a doctor and that of his wife as social worker. The other partner expresses his concern for his spouse. According to the expert they should keep their relationship healthy.


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