Confessions of a stressed-out dad about balancing work, home life

This morning I woke to CNN and post-Father's Day words of wisdom from New York Times reporter Tara Parker-Pope: These days, it seems, breadwinning dads are more stressed out than ever. Here's a bit of what Parker-Pope said in a Times blog that's been lighting up the Internet since she posted it Friday:

"[New] research highlights the unique challenges fathers face in balancing work and family life. Men still are typically a family's primary breadwinner, but they also increasingly report wanting to be more involved with their children. To do so, they must first navigate a workplace that often is not as receptive to fathers taking time from work for family. And a wife at home who may not always recognize his contributions."