DO YOU KNOW? CRAZY DAD WORK, CHILDREN TEND ACTING

Head of household has the obligation to work to meet the needs of his family. However, a workaholic father whose work or workaholics tend to have children with behavioral disorders.

In a study in Australia, boys aged 5-10 years whose father worked as much as 55 hours a week or more likely to exhibit aggressive behavior , compared with children whose father shorter working hours .

"This study is important because during the New few studies that specifically refers to the effect of time working on the mental development of the child's father ," said lead researcher Li Jianghong social science research center in Berlin , Germany.

However, the results of the study did not show the same effect on girls. In addition , no association was found between maternal work hours and behavioral disorders of children , boys or girls.

However, unlike Indonesia, the Australian women work part-time in general. Meanwhile about 20 percent of fathers in the land of kangaroos worked 55 hours or more per week. If the work week for 5 days , the average father worked 11 hours a day .

The study included 1440 children aged 5 1,400 children aged 8 years and almost 1,360 children in 10 years. At times , the child's parents were asked to fill kuesinoer the behavior of the child.

Until now , the boys are more sensitive to fathers who work long hours , against girls. The researchers suspect this may be due to lack of playing time with her children's father . As we know that the preferred boys are generally physical activity such as exercise, so that children whose father was busy working for the excess energy tends to be more aggressive behavior .

Another opinion says when the father was too busy working mother does not receive the necessary support at home. As a result , the mother becomes stressed and exhausted, he is thought to affect the model of care that have a negative impact on the development of children's behavior.

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