PreviewWhen kids come into the picture, marriages can quickly change.Many mothers end up doing more than their fair share. Not only are mothers often stuck with half the chores and their entire careers, but they are left to tend to their child’s every need. In Eve Rodsky’s book, "Fair Play", she explains how this is all too common in marriages. And, she uses her own experience as an example for her readers. The average American woman does more than her fair share of household responsibilities and it can be damaging to her marriage, her career, and her well-being. But, by dealing out duties equally, you can have a "fair play" marriage.
About the AuthorEve Rodsky received her Bachelors in economics and anthropology from the University of Michigan and her J.D. from Harvard Law School. She worked in foundation management at J.P Morgan and founded the Philanthropy Advisory Group to help high-net worth families and charitable foundations on best practices for harmonious operations, governance and disposition of funds. She helps families seek balance and peace in their homes. She was born and raised in New York City by a single mother and lives in Los Angeles with her husband and three children.