Survey finds that mothers believe their stress affects their ability to be a good parent.
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The poll conducted surveyed mothers aged 25 to 60 with children between the ages of three and 20.
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One in eight mothers stated that they struggled with stress daily
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They are constantly worrying about their kids' safety and well-being, and they believe this anxiety affects their parenting skills.
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Mothers also constantly stress about their future: grades, choosing the right crowds in school, dealing with bullies, etc.
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They also constantly stress about how parenting has changed their lifestyle.
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Despite the stress, mothers know they must learn to manage it in order to continue to do their job well.
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A third of the mothers surveyed reported to have tried a stress-relief technique or activity like meditation or exercise
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