Some women live apart from families to boost business

02/18/2010 | Forbes

After launching her jewelry line last year, Carol Brodie chose to live in Manhattan, two hours away from her husband and two sons in Connecticut. For Brodie and women like her, the physical distance is a trade-off necessary to pursue their professional ambitions. Technology and extra help from nannies and relatives help them to handle it all even from a distance, but some experts warn that the women may be sacrificing more than they realize.

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