(Telegraph) Happy teenagers ‘more likely to get divorced’
Happy teenagers make happier adults but they are more likely to get divorced, scientists have discovered.
Researchers at Cambridge university have studied the link between a positive adolscence and well-being in later life and say one has a direct effect upon the other.
Those who have a happy upbringing are 60 per cent less likely to suffer mental problems and also perform better at work and socially. But they are also more likely to end up divorced, the team found.