Back to reality – it's normal to miss your bundle of joy if you have to return to work

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Separation anxiety affects both children and parents, and some moms are feeling it for the first time as lockdown levels have eased
Separation anxiety affects both children and parents, and some moms are feeling it for the first time as lockdown levels have eased
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As lockdown eases, more people are starting to return to their offices.

But now working from home is no longer a necessity, mothers face yet another adjustment.

Whether they are returning from maternity leave or simply going back to their desks, the thought of having to be away from their little ones can weigh heavily on new parents.

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