Wellbeing | 'Parental burnout' searches up by 5,000%

'Parental burnout' searches up by 5,000%

Data has found an increasing spike in people seeking help for chronic stress online in 2020, as pressures continue to mount in 2021.

Working parents have, in particular, been at risk of a ‘parental burnout’, with women taking on more family and home-schooling commitments alongside their job responsibilities.

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