The Businessman and Marriage

Business circles show concern about the deteriorating effect that long office hours, work brought home, and frequent business trips have on the stability of the family life of businessmen. Frequently wives feel lonely; children are inadequately guided or disciplined; fatigue and irritability result in discord rocking the home. Is a businessman's success in business incompatible with his happiness at home?

Imbalance between business and marriage has its roots in various material beliefs. When, through Christian Science, the baselessness of these limitations is uncovered and the pertinent spiritual facts are recognized, business requirements and family obligations are reconciled. Harmony is then restored.

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