How a happy childhood sets you up for life: A good home environment fuels stronger marriages six decades later
Growing up in a happy family could have longer lasting impacts than ever imagined.
New research suggests that people from happy homes are more likely to have a secure romantic relationship in their 80s.
The findings highlight the life-long effects of childhood experience and emphasize the importance of prioritising the wellbeing of children.
A SIXTY YEAR STUDY The researchers looked at data from 81 men - 51 of who went to Harvard College, and 30 of who were part of the inner-city Boston cohort.
The men were given regular interviews and questionnaires through the course of the sixty year... read more
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