Almost every second mother sees her child as a stress factor

Almost every second mother sees her child as a stress factor

For 40 percent of the respondents in this year’s "kinderbarometer" of the landesbausparkasse (LBS) west, cooking or baking was at the top of their wish list. 38 percent of the respondents in the study presented in berlin on wednesday named playing together with their mothers as a wish, 30 percent named playing sports together. Multiple answers were possible. Eating together and time for homework followed in fourth place with 29 percent of the vote. Talking, handicrafts and watching TV (28 percent) are more important than listening to music (25), hiking (24) or playing computer games (17).

"The results of the LBS children’s barometer indicate that children’s well-being is strongly related to how they rate their mother’s working hours. Just under a quarter of the children would like their mothers to work less," says the study’s spokesman, christian schroder of LBS. Children who were satisfied with their mother’s working hours felt much more comfortable in their family.

According to munster sociologist roland schindler, the results of the LBS children’s barometer put undue pressure on mothers. "Two-thirds of the children expressed satisfaction with the situation in the family. That’s a great score," said schindler. It is not right that the role of the mother is now being unilaterally reduced to the problem of a lack of time in connection with the job. The researcher from the westphalian wilhelms university in munster sees this as a hidden accusation against the mother.

In 2012, the kinderbarometer asked about the wishes of fathers. At that time, the children saw the male parent more as a partner in games (40 percent), sports (33) and computer games (21). Fathers were considered to have significantly less competence when it came to baking and cooking (34) or helping with homework (23). Schroder suspects that mothers are more available for these desires from the children’s point of view.

10,000 children between the ages of 9 and 14 were questioned nationwide in a representative survey for the LBS children’s barometer. Since 2007, schoolchildren between the ages of 9 and 14 have been surveyed nationwide for the kinderbarometer.

DAK-gesundheit took a look at the other side in a survey. According to the study, for almost every second mother in germany, her child is a stress factor. In particular, 75 percent of women feel that the multiple burdens of parenting, household chores and work are exhausting, according to DAK health in hamburg on wednesday.

"For mothers in full-time employment, reconciling job and family is particularly strenuous at 90 percent."Shortly before mothers’ day this sunday, the bank commissioned a representative forsa survey of 1003 women with at least one minor child. However, the vast majority of mothers feel that having children has a positive effect on their overall health.


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