New study: stay-at-home moms have strongest sense their lives are worthwhile

WINTERY KNIGHT

The UK Telegraph reports.

Excerpt:

Mothers who have put their career aside to care for their children have a stronger sense that their lives are “worthwhile” than the rest of society, official figures suggest.

New findings from the UK’s national “well-being” index show that those classed as economically inactive because they are caring for a family or home are also among the happiest people in Britain.

The figures, published by the Office for National Statistics, also show that people across the UK have got progressively happier, less anxious and more satisfied with their lives in the past year.

The improvement is thought to be linked to the economic recovery and falling unemployment – even if people are not necessarily better off than a year ago.

The ONS said the improvement appeared to be linked to optimism and improvements in people’s personal situations even though typical household incomes are lower in…

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2 thoughts on “New study: stay-at-home moms have strongest sense their lives are worthwhile

  1. That’s what women are meant to do, instead of selling clothes or flowers or cutting hair or making crusades and tirades against the laws of nature.

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