Moving IS Correlated with Stress, But Why?

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Description: Even if you have not had to move (from one house or apartment to another) I bet you know that moving is stressful, right? If I told you that research shows that people who move show higher levels of stress when compared to people who have not moved recently you would not be surprised… Read more »

Moving in Childhood and Later Mental Health

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Description: Perhaps not surprisingly, it seems that moving a lot during childhood might be associated with poorer mental health outcomes. Before we move too quickly to advising parents and adding to public mental health policy with having a close look at the methodology of the study. Source: Moving during childhood links to poor mental health,… Read more »