Work Is Life: A Psychologist Looks at Identity and Work in America

Work Is Life: A Psychologist Looks at Identity and Work in America

by Ilene Philipson

In a discussion of the growing problem of work-life balance in American culture, Dr. Philipson shares the stories of clients whose overidentification with work ended in disaster.
“Sure, I love my family, but nothing will ever take the place of my job!”
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Ilene PhilipsonIlene Philipson, PhD is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Oakland, CA and a sociologist at the Center for Working Families at UC Berkeley. Her new book, Married to the Job, will be published by Free Press in 2002. She previously wrote On the Shoulders of Women. Dr. Philipson can be reached at IPhilipson@email.msn.com.
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