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Personal morality maybe genetic | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

researchers say: “A lot of studies have shown a link between parenting and these virtuous traits, but they haven’t looked at the genetic component,” said the lead author. “I thought that was a missed opportunity because parents also share their genes with

A quarter of adults don't want children-and they're still happy | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

20, 2021. Parenting is one of life’s greatest joys, right? Not for everyone. New research examines characteristics and satisfaction of adults who don’t want children. As more. people acknowledge they simply don’t want to have kids. , this new research is

What makes a happy couple, a happy family, or a happy workplace? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

within families, higher levels of various forms of parental psychological flexibility were linked to: Greater use of adaptive parenting (or, I would add, managing) strategies. Fewer incidents of lax, harsh, and negative parenting strategies. Lower perceived

Childhood maltreatment linked to higher risk of multiple health conditions in later life | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

the hours we do, or to be cast out of our tribe (work is about tribe and belonging, not output). We were not designed for nuclear or single-parent families but for a situation where the band as a whole shared parenting. We were not designed to live in mass

Is burnout just a form of depression? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

with a standardized instrument. Personal factors assessed included age, gender, ethnicity, relationship status, sexual orientation, parenting status, specialty, self-reported history of depression, early life stress and neuroticism score. The study found

Evidence against physically punishing kids is clear | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

experience severe violence or neglect. The paper points out that negative outcomes associated with physical punishment, such as behavior problems, occurred no matter the child's sex, race, or ethnicity and regardless of the overall parenting styles of the

Aboriginal community with strong ethno-cultural identity and connection to the land has lower suicide rates, | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

openness to diverse approaches to spirituality; community engagement, andshared parenting roles amongst its members. “The most notable finding in this study was the way in which a connection tothe land was interwoven throughout all responses,” said the

‘Phubbing’ can threaten our basic human needs. | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

media accounts. I fear, however, thatthe ultimate answer will have to be a change of parenting styles and a severelimitation in children’s screen time. After all, would you encourage your 3 or4-year-old to become an addict to gambling or alcohol? Why should

The right women for the job | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

medicalizing boyhood as if it were a psychological illness. Even medical professionals often diagnose the normal exuberance and physicality of boys as ADHD. Parenting has become too protective, robbing boys of a sense of adventure. We’ve mechanized most of the