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May 23, 2008

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Daille Nation

I sometimes wonder about these studies. For Eg. What age group are we talking about here? We note the reference to senior male lawyers and senior women and we know the sacrifice the women who paved the way for the Genx lawyers had to go through. We note too the statement that professional women are walking away from motherhood and marriage.

Is that really what the study shows with the GenXer's movement towards more involvement of Dads in their kids'lives?

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