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VARIANT: How we parent when we experience high levels of stress is probably fundamentally different from how we parent when we are coping well from any stress.

Besides economic resources, parents’ autonomy in the workplace can help boost the health of their children, suggests a research.
While it was long known that sick children can affect a company’s bottom line, less is known about the impact a parent’s work life has on their children’s health.
The researchers, from the University of Houston in the US, looked at the so-called ‘self-regulatory resources’, or the amount of self-control parents bring to parenting, including the ability to act in a more reflective manner.
“If a parent has too many stressors, it reduces your self-control,” said Christiane Spitzmueller, Professor.
Parental self-control was linked to better health outcomes for children. In other words, how we parent…

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