Children whose parents are stressed or argue while they’re young are more likely to become bad-tempered two-year-olds

Stressed or argumentative parents are more likely to have bad-tempered first-born children, a study has found.

Research showed that stress or anxiety in either parent during pregnancy or infancy could raise the risk of a first child developing emotional problems.

Temper tantrums, restlessness and spitefulness could all be linked back to the mother’s mental state while she was pregnant.

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