re: What things have you been made to feel guilty about in the course of your career? VIEW POST

re: BEING A MOM. No joke. Early in my career many people I worked with were middle aged and all their kids were either grown up or they had a stay at...

Special needs dad here. I know exactly what you mean. So much guilt-tripping about leaving work to accompany my kid at the hospital, therapy, whatever. "Isn't your wife with her?" Yes, but that's not the point. My family is more important than my job, but so many people have that backwards.


so much YES! And it's joint person can't always be responsible!
Cheers to fighting the good fight

As if your contributions to a company could ever map back to the literal time you have your butt in the chair anyway.

Now come on Ben, obviously you would have done a better job coding that thing at 3pm in the office instead of 6pm at home after picking up your kid from school.

...Oh wait.

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