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Parents’ stress and depression ‘rise during lockdowns’

Levels of stress, depression, and anxiety among parents and carers have increased with the pressures of the lockdowns, suggests research from the University of Oxford.

Issues include difficulty relaxing, feeling hopeless, and being irritable.
Many parents, especially those of secondary-age pupils, say they are worried about their children’s futures.
The government has said it is aware of how challenging it is for parents to support children with home learning.

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