Check out today's debate about working moms and happiness.
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HOT topic for sure...I've been a SAHM and am now a working mom so I'm headed over there now to chime in!
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Look up ^^^^^ HOT TOPIC!Check out today's debate about working moms and happiness. <br /><br />Click the link to read the posts or join in with your thoughts and experience. <br /><br />HOT topic for sure...I've been a SAHM and am now a working mom so I'm headed over there now to chime in!<br /><br />Haylen
It's blowing up on Facebook but surprised that not many have chimed in...
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Report This| Share this:Look up ^^^^^ HOT TOPIC!I didn't explain that well! <br /><br />The link is in the box on top of the words "What's Happening Now" at the top of the page.<br /><br />Here it is: <a href="http://forums.webmd.com/3/debates-community/forum/14">http://forums.webmd.com/3/debates-community/forum/14</a> <br /><br />It's blowing up on Facebook but surprised that not many have chimed in...<br /><br />Haylen
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