Good childhood report 2017
AuthorsLarissa Pople and Gwyther Rees
Our latest report shows that young people’s happiness is at its lowest since 2010. Fear of crime, living in a family struggling to pay the bills and not having enough emotional support at home are just some of the serious problems that leave teenagers more likely to be unhappy. Teenagers with more than seven serious problems in their life are ten times more likely to feel unhappy than those with none.
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