Both working moms and stay at home moms feel the same amount of stress when it comes to balancing responsibilities, a new study has revealed.
A survey of 1,200 mothers by thebump.com and Forbes Woman found that 92 percent of working moms said that their jobs don't end once they leave the office.
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A whopping 89 percent of stay-at-home moms also reported feeling overwhelmed by their responsibilities - and that their partners offer little relief when it comes to helping out, reports the New York Daily News.
Almost 85 percent said they didn't get a break when their partner comes home from work, and 50 percent said they never get a break from parenting at all-though 96 percent said their partner gets time off.
Both at-home moms and working moms said they felt resentment about their unbalanced burden of responsibilities, and a third said they feel their partner could do more to help out around home.
Women from both groups reported feeling like a 'married single mom' even while having a partner around.
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