Why Family Dinners Are More Important Than We Know

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Wealthy families eat together less

Being a family of means could cause you to have fewer family dinners together. Studies have found that low-income families have significantly more family dinners than wealthier families. This could simply be because they must cook at home to stay on budget, and buy/cook in bulk to save money, but they receive another benefit: their young children develop fewer behavioral problems than those who don’t eat with their families.


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