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[Solved] Study suggests that playtime with dad may improve children's self-control

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A study from the University of Cambridge suggests that children's emotional self-control is improved by early positive interactions with their fathers. It suggests that dads engage in more physical play with children than mothers and children with this type of fathering seem to develop better emotional control. Children who had 'high quality playtime' with dads were less likely to express behavioural problems. The article notes there are limitations to this research but Dr Ciara Laverty of the LEGO Foundations notes that we need a shift in policy to structure time and space to engage with children for both parents.

Topic starter Posted : 29/12/2020 6:34 pm
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The family law in the U.K. is a mess and third world countries have better family laws than U.K. Just like how technology is advanced in the west equally family law is more advanced in Asian countries over U.K....

Posted : 05/01/2021 1:59 am

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