Fear is not a trivial matter. So much of our discomfort, difficulties and misery is caused by fear. It can restrict us, imprison us, cause us to cling to a job, a relationship, material possessions, or it can lead us to react harmfully to others.
It may seem pathetic or unjustified to you, and be the cause of much frustration. You may be well aware of its root, or you may feel baffled by its very existence. Whatever your situation, read on to find out how you can face your fears head on and gain some control back in life.
This article outlines the Five Pitfalls of Working Parenthood and is an extract from Chapter Two (What To Expect) of Caroline's book, Baby Proof Your Career, adapted for Lifestyles4Lawyers.
While it may once have been the domain of brave and glamorous spies looking to make a quick getaway with suitcases stashed with cash and multiple passports, these days it isn't secret agents who are longing for a second start in a foreign land, but instead a growing tide of 'economic citizens'.