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  • American parents have hardly any 'me time'
  • American parents have hardly any 'me time'
    David D (2017) ©
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American parents have hardly any 'me time'

With long hours spent in the office, endless chores waiting at home, and caring for young kids throughout the day, American parents devote almost all of their time to other people and tasks. And it's leaving them with little to no time for themselves, even on the weekend.

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