Children whose parents have split are less stressed when they spend their time living equally between two households, scientists claim

Children who live with one of their separated parents are more likely to feel stressed than those who custody is shared equally, a Swedish study has found.
Youngsters living with one parent had a higher chance of experiencing stress several times a week than those whose parents had split living arrangements fairly. 
This trend could be seen even if the parents had a poor relationship with one another or the child didn't get along with either of them, experts found.
The findings might be explained by the fact that children who spend time away from one parent lose contact with relatives and... read more

30 August 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail

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