Shouldn't Mothers With Mental Illness Have The Chance To Have It All Too?

Date Posted: June 13, 2013

The conversation about balancing work and family life for mothers is fraught with controversy. "Having it all" is culturally defined and muddied by stereotypes. For some slice of American women who are mothers, "having it all" conjures up notions of marriage, a family, a professional position, a home in a safe neighborhood with a decent school system and opportunities to live a better life down the road.

Read the article by Joanne Nicholson, PhD in the Huffington Post