Small, but conclusive findings show that the dad bond is important in teaching kids how to deal with the little frustrations of the day.
The team found that men who reported poorer relationships with their fathers were 4 percent more likely than other men to report encountering stress during the day. They were also more likely, by an undetermined amount, to develop a bad mood or health problems after encountering daily stress.
The difference may sound small, “but it’s enough to really affect your quality of life,” according to Mallers.
Read the full story in Business Week: Bond With Dad May Play Role in Whether Men ‘Stress Out’