Work stress is a matter of public policy, author says

Most advice about handling stress focuses on what individuals can do to achieve work-life balance, but that approach is counterproductive, says Dana Becker, author of "One Nation Under Stress." In reality, stress is an issue that needs to be addressed collectively through public policy. "If we’re so worried about juggling, why not support the juggler so she can manage all these things?" she says

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