PARENTS FEEL STRESSED
OUT SIX TIMES A DAY
A study of 2,000 mums and dads found the daily worries which put parents on edge also included bath time, GETTING Homework INISHED and keeping screen time to a minimum.
Getting home from work in time to wish them goodnight, knowing the right foods to feed children and successfully getting out of the door on time also featured on the list.
It also emerged the average parent found themselves feeling stressed six times a day and believed the age of ive Is when CHILDREN peak AND become their most demanding. The research was conducted by Bpme, a new app which allows customers to pay for their fuel without leaving their car, helping reduce the stresses and strains of timepressed parents.
Daniel Slater, digital execution manager for BP said: “With children in tow, the simplest of tasks can seem monumental at times — even THE simple JOB of illing up the car with fuel takes twice as long when you have to negotiate car seats and straps to get the entire family out of the vehicle to pay.”