How children behave when their parents aren't around is often a worry for adults. But a new study believes that children behave at their worst when they are around their guardians!
"Children save their best – and worst – for us, as parents." the study said.
"They’re their ‘true selves’ with us. It takes energy to ‘be good’ and follow the rules – especially for young children – so when they get home, they let it all hang out."
"The good news is that their deepest love, affection, admiration, and goofiness are reserved for us, too."
So next time you're in the supermarket and your young one loses the plot a bit, just remember that that's as bad as it gets.
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