Mom Interviews

Beth Feldman

Vice President, CBS Communications Group and Founder, Rolemommy

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Sure I feel guilty - whenever my son or daughter asks if I’m going to work that day and I have to say yes or if I’m going away on a business trip and have to leave for a few days. But I also know that I would do anything for my kids and will make sure that no matter how old they get I will always be there to cheer them on from the sidelines. I want my children to be anything they want to be but I also want to instill in them at an early age that it’s just as important for their parents to achieve their goals too.

 





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  • This interview has been a great peak into the future for me.

    I have a two-year old and a four-year old and I work PT from home. I really look forward to returning to FT work and I sometimes wonder how and when I will get there. There are times when I forget that I won't be changing diapers and comforting my child through teething pains for the rest of my life. Being reminded, through articles like this that I'm not in a permanent state of mommyhood-to-very-young-children actually helps me to enjoy the present challenges more.

    Beth Feldman's interview is very encouraging and I look forward to when my children will begin to have their own lives (at school) and as a mother I can return to have more of my own personal ambitions.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by boysmommy on 14th May 2007

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