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According to a new study, the majority of children say their parents care more about their grades than their concern for others.

The Harvard Graduate School of Education study involved about 10,000 students, according to Daily Mail.

The majority of the kids said their parents are more proud of their accomplishments than how happy or kind they are.

But experts say such pressure can lead to stress, depression and other problems.   But on the other hand, they say happiness doesn’t mean a child will be a good person, and that even bullies can be happy.

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