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Parenting stress could lead to poor mother-child relationships: NTU study

 

When parents are constantly stressed about raising their little ones, it could impair their parent-child relationship in the long run. Mothers who reported higher levels of parenting stress, for example, had a weaker connection with their child.

 

These were some of the key findings of a new study done by researchers from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU).
 

 

 

Read more at

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/parenting-stress-could-lead-poor-mother-child-relationships-ntu-study?cid=h3_referral_inarticlelinks_03092019_todayonline

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