Here's Why Older Women May Turn Out To Be Better Mothers

  • New study by Aarhus University in Denmark indicates that children from older mothers may be more well-behaved and emotionally stable.
  • The new study shows that a higher maternal age is linked to increased psychosocial well-being and emotional stability in both the mother and the child.
  • They tend to worry less during the pregnancy and are more understanding as a parent which definitely has a positive effect on their child.
  • Hence kids born to older mothers turn out to be more well-behaved and face fewer behavioral, social and emotional difficulties as per this study.
  • Researchers say that the main reason for this is that age can be interpreted as an indicator of psychological maturity.