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A Common Theme in much writing about today's families is that hard-working, frazzled parents don't have enough time to spend with their children, and that the youngsters feel deprived as a result.

A recent five-year study begs to differ. Ellen Galinsky, founder of the Families and Work Institute, discovered that "more time isn't at the top of children's lists." Instead, they want their parents to be less stressed and less tired so that the time they spend together will be more meaningful.

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