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American Family

NYT:  Family Relations: An International Comparison

It’s not just you.  Compared with elderly parents and adult children in five other industrialized nations, Americans are twice as likely to have “disharmonious” relationships, a new multinational study has found. And we’re correspondingly less likely to have “amicable” relationships marked by strong affection and relatively free of conflict.

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Posted by Will Baum, LCSW