The setbacks women are experiencing professionally and personally during this pandemic are not letting up. Is this because of an ambition gap or simply a result of burnout? There is one thing for sure, and it’s that the pandemic has left moms in fight or flight mode.
Hay There Social Media Founder Emily A. Hay shares with Local 4 / NBC Detroit‘s Sandra Ali her own story about how the COVID pandemic has impacted women and left working mothers burnt out.
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COVID Burnout in Moms: Emily A. Hay Shares Her Story With NBC Detroit
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April 26, 2022
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