In an ever changing economy, force reduction and corporate realignment have many worried about how a new job will affect those who reside under the same roof. The rule of thumb: keep work at work (http://echoflam.com/working-dads-in-charlottesville/separating-home-and-work). The stresses of a career change should not have an effect of the relationship you share with your children. Kids don’t care about titles or company names. They care about time and love. Make a career change fun for kids. Share all of the new things you are learning and all the new friends you are making. This is especially important if relocation is involved. Get the kids excited about moving to a new place and experiencing new things. Most kids will remember the journey not what is left behind.
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