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By now, you’ve probably seen the trailer for I Don’t Know How She Does It, based on the novel of the same name by Allison Pearson. Kate Reddy, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, is in a constant struggle to meet her responsibilities at work, to her children, and to her husband. Kate finds herself under pressure at work to take on more responsibility, while feeling overextended when it comes to being a good wife and mother. She feels she does everything — badly. Apparently this is meant to be something every working parent in the world can relate to.

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