Time Magazine – New Swedish research confirms the benefits of shared parenting


In case you missed it, an article in Time Magazine discusses research from the Centre for Health Equity Studies in Stockholm into the positive benefits of post separation shared living arrangements on child well-being. The article is linked below:

Time Magazine Article

The link to the research on the Time website isn’t working, however you can download the abstract of the paper from our own link:

Download Research Findings

The research paper in detail was published by the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology which you can also download and read:

Mental Health in Swedish Children living in joint physical custody and their parents’ life satisfaction

The potted version of the outcome findings is “Children in joint physical custody suffered from less psychosomatic problems than those living mostly or only with one parent.”