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100 1  Hartley, Gemma,|d1988-|eauthor. 
245 10 Fed up :|bemotional labor, women, and the way forward
       |h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cGemma Hartley. 
250    Unabridged. 
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511 0  Read by Therese Plummer. 
520    A rousing call to arms, packed with surprising insights, 
       that explores how carrying "the mental load"-the thankless
       day-to-day anticipating of needs and solving of problems 
       large and small-is adversely affecting women's lives and 
       feeding gender inequality, and shows the way forward for 
       better balancing our lives. Launching a heated national 
       conversation with her viral article "Women Aren't Nags; 
       We're Just Fed Up"-viewed over two billion times-
       journalist Gemma Hartley gave voice to the frustration and
       anger of countless women putting in the hidden, 
       underappreciated, and absolutely draining mental work that
       consists of keeping everyone in their lives comfortable 
       and happy. Bringing long overdue awareness to the daunting
       reality of emotional labor in our lives, Hartley defines 
       the largely invisible but demanding, time-consuming, and 
       exhausting "worry work" that falls disproportionately and 
       unfairly on all women-no matter their economic class or 
       level of education. Synthesizing a wide variety of sources
       -history, sociology, economics, psychology, philosophy, 
       and anthropology-Hartley makes the invisible visible, 
       unveiling the surprising shapes emotional labor takes at 
       work, at home, in relationships, and in parenting. With on
       -the-ground reporting, identifiable personal stories and 
       interviews from around the world, this feminist manifesto 
       will empower women to transform their inner dialogue and 
       give all women the emotional fortitude and courage to ask 
       for what we most want-without shame, without guilt, and 
       without the emotional baggage. Beyond naming the problem, 
       Fed Up offers practical advice and solutions for teaching 
       both men and women how to wield emotional labor to live 
       more full and satisfying lives. Hartley helps us to see 
       emotional labor not as a problem to be overcome, but as a 
       genderless virtue we can all learn to channel in our quest
       to make a better, more egalitarian world for ourselves and
       most importantly, our children. Insightful, surprising, 
       deeply relatable, and filled with all too familiar moments,
       this provocative, intelligent, and empathetic guide is 
       essential reading for every woman who has had enough with 
       feeling fed up. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Sex role|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Sexual division of labor|xPsychological aspects. 
650  0 Emotions. 
650  0 Sex differences (Psychology) 
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