Why some kids are happier right now, and other unexpected effects of quarantine

April 29th, 2020 - By jen in Uncategorized

(CNN) — Like most parents, Seagal Hagege, a mom of three in Irvine, California, wasn’t exactly looking forward to sheltering in place.

Together all day? In one house? How would the kids respond?

Much better than she could have ever imagined, it turns out. Over the course of the past month, she said her kids, ages 8, 7 and 4, have become better behaved, kinder to one another and more independent.

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