Invisible Tasks Associated with Increased Stress in Working Mothers

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This is why we need to make the invisible tasks visible: research presented to the American Sociological Association shows mental labor, aka invisible tasks, is associated with increased stress and negative emotions for working mothers. A press release on the topic states, “Much of the work we do, both paid and unpaid, takes place in our mind. We are often preoccupied with the things we have to do, we often worry about them, and feel stressed not to forget to do them or to do them on time. . . .

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