Studies Find Shared Parenting Arrangements the Best Interest for Children

By Linda Nielsen, Wake Forest University, NC, USA

Linda Nielsen writes an article on 40 studies and concludes that children in shared parenting arrangements had better outcomes on measures of emotional, behavioral, and psychological wellness, as well as better physical health and better relationships with their fathers and their mothers. Benefits for the children were evident even when there were high levels of conflict between parents.

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