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From the Publisher"The book is so effective because it combines the two parts of life that Brykman has struggled to cultivate: She deftly applies her business experience to personal issues, tackling the delicate decisions of motherhood with both the strategy of an executive and the compassion of a seasoned parent. A uniquely unbiased look at the modern mother’s struggle for balance."
"[T]he most comprehensive of this year's books on the state of motherhood."
Los Angeles Times
"This is an important book, as it gracefully illustrates the unspoken conflict so many of us have experienced. Ultimately, Brykman emphasizes how we are more alike than we are different, with the message that we must overcome the guilt that engulfs women on both sides of the wall and make attempts to understand each other."
Ruth E. Levine, MD
Professor of Psychiatry, University of Texas Medical Branch
"You can deny it or ignore it but the truth is...there is a wall and we all participate in building it. It's our time and place in this social evolution to stop the construction."
Candace Gantt, Happy Stay-at-Home Mother and Former Ritz Carlton Vice President