Co-Sleepers Research Paper

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Children who co-sleep may be easier to get along with and better adjusted than their solo sleeping peers, children who never slept with their parents were “harder to control, less happy”, and less able to be alone, had more tantrums, handled stress less well, and were more fearful than routinely co-sleeping children” (McKenna and McDade, p. 141, 2005). According to McKenna co-sleepers showed a feeling of general satisfaction with life. While, children who sleep alone have emotional and behavioral problems and need more professional help that co-sleeping. Boy who slept with their parents had increased self-esteem and less guilt and anxiety, than those who did not. Girls had more comfortable with physical contact and affection. Children, who

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