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On a recent morning, my family was assembled in our customary positions at the kitchen table: my husband, Tom, and I hunched over our computers, while our daughter, wearing headphones, did math problems for remote learning.
Looking up to ask Tom a question, my view was blocked by a Jenga-like tower of clutter he had amassed.
I took a deep breath, and explained, in my best impersonation of calm, that in this surreal new world in which children share our co-working space, it’s important to keep that space relatively clutter-free.
When I was done, he didn’t respond. But just as a vein in my forehead began to pound, he offered his own interpretation of what I had said…Read More