Attention tiger moms and dads: if you want your kids to grow up into happy, well-adjusted adults, best lay off the academic pressure and focus on fostering a social network full of strong relationships for your children.
Want your kids to become happy, well-adjusted adults? Foster early friendships and social activity with others, says a new study.
That's the underlying message from a new study out of Australia which found that positive early social connectivity with parents, friends, peers and school -- not academic excellence -- was more likely to lead to happier adults.
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