Parents of Twins More Likely to Have Anxiety or Depression


By Zawn Villines, GoodTherapy.org


The Journal of Psychiatric Practice has published new research on mental health in parents of multiples (twins, triplets, etc.). Parents of multiples reported higher rates of depression and anxiety than other parents…more

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