UBC study shows parents happier than childless couples
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UBC study shows parents happier than childless couples

Guatemala City : Guatemala | May 17, 2012 at 8:57 PM PDT
Source: Vancouver Sun
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New research suggests that parents may be happier than childless couples, despite the conventional wisdom that people with children are unhappy, stressed out and exhausted from late-night feedings and early-morning hockey practices. A forthcoming paper from psychologists at the University... FULL ARTICLE AT Vancouver Sun
 
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