An article on Forbes.com about the perils of marrying career women caused a firestorm last week. Though the author, Michael Noer, cites authoritative evidence that dual-income marriages are more volatile, he has been condemned as backward, chauvinistic, and "downright frightening." But Suzanne Venker, a mother and author, knows that he has a point we can't ignore. In her book, 7 Myths of Working Mothers, Venker argues that a lot is lost when women focus on their careers.
Read the Forbes.com article here.