By
Yael Chatav Schonbrun and

Elizabeth Corey

The life of a working parent has always been relentlessly demanding, but during the Covid-19 pandemic it has morphed into a rigged game of whack-a-mole. Attending to a child’s education means neglecting a meeting. Focusing on a work assignment means leaving children to their own mischievous devices—or, in the case of toddlers, to interrupt you every 30 seconds. Giving children early bedtimes so you can get some rest means they will wake up extra early the next morning to start the whole cycle again.

For years, thought leaders…

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