Coaching Session,
Season 2,

Episode 75: Coaching on Emotional Labor

October 11, 2017

The topic of Emotional Labor has been written about and discussed a lot in recent months. Of course it isn’t anything NEW, we just now have a name for it! Pretty much every female friend I have had as an adult has vented about the frustrations, burnout, even anger of the behind the scenes mental and emotional labor they have within their relationships. It is the constantly rotating list of “to do’s”, the names of the kid’s teachers, knowing which kid will throw up if served peas, the dates of soccer games, the entire backstory of the BFF’s huge fight about who is the cutest band, the name of the co-worker who your husband is convinced is stealing his lunch, when the last teeth cleaning occurred, the reaction to the antibiotic, etc. etc. etc. This is all on top of the normal day to day work of living and frequently a 40-60 hour workweek to somehow fit in.

It. Is. Exhausting.

And it isn’t fair.

So how do we deal and spread the love a bit? Is it even possible? We dive into Emotional Labor on today’s episode and it is very interesting to get Jay’s perspective as a man who has also experienced the world as a woman.

How are you dealing with Emotional Labor? Do you think it is an issue or are women just being overdramatic? Is it nature or nurture? We would love your thoughts in our Facebook group.

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