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Let’s put to rest the notion that today’s kids are monsters because their parents spend too little time with them. Perusing a study by University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research, we can hypothesize that today’s kids are monsters because their frazzled parents spend too much time with them. The researchers found children in two-parent families spent nearly six hours a week more with their mothers in 1997 than in 1981 (30.89

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