Sure, Krista Reasoner knew life would change when her son, Noah, was born. She had watched family and friends and co-workers have kids, and they had always seemed to adjust — eventually. But in the two years since Noah's birth, life for the 31-year-old global marketing manager for Seattle-based GE Healthcare has just gotten harder, not easier. “It's really been an ongoing struggle to balance my work and my life properly,” she says. “My husband and I have had to make some major decisions ...

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