Burnout often affects both parents, children

01/28/2010 | NYTimes.com

A study of families in Finland found parents who feel burned out at work are more likely to have children who feel the same at school. The association was especially strong between mothers and teenage daughters, and data showed a family's financial situation was a predictor of shared burnout.

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