More pot, more booze: How Canadian parents coped with work-from-home and virtual school – Halifax Examiner

April 9, 2021

In a new paper, Dalhousie University researchers Helen Deacon, Sherry Stewart, and Simon Sherry write:


There were significantly lower levels of optimism and greater use of cannabis to cope and marginally higher use of alcohol to cope in couples who were vs. were not homeschooling… These levels were higher than pre-pandemic norms.

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