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  1. Roberta Mullin
    August 20, 2012

    Secretary of HHS Kathleen Sebelius, CMS Acting Administrator Marilyn Tavenner, Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Regina M. Benjamin MD – we seem to have some of the big ones covered.

  2. nageen
    January 31, 2013

    Women leave the work force to have children and then it is a hard trek back to the top at a later age when kids still are the priority. As it has been noted women can take care of themselves when it just them. Still they need to break the glass ceilings and they have been doing a wonderful job of it. Then enter marriage that throws in a whole set of new responsibilities…

    Unless I see a working pop who does all what a single “working mom” does and does them well and still maintains his CEO job….this cycle will continue.

    The women in a marriage become responsible for the TLC part of marriage package which really is not compact that a human can ‘punch in and punch out”. It just sucks and absorbs all of you. A nanny is no substitute for the parent who is incharge of the social and TLC aspects of the marriage.

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