A new study shows that if you follow the signs that you’re looking for for your children, you can get the most from them.
The study, published online May 17 in Psychological Science, analyzed data from more than 50,000 children and found that astrology can improve your child’s overall well-being and prevent future health problems, such as obesity and asthma.
The study, led by Dr. Jennifer T. Goggin, an assistant professor of psychology at Emory University, analyzed children’s astrological signs and the child’s mental health during the first three months of their lives.
Children were followed for three years after their birth.
Researchers also measured the childs health and personality in relation to astrology.
Children who followed the astrology signs were more likely to be obese at age 4, to be diagnosed with asthma at age 7 and to have more anxiety disorders at age 13 than children who did not follow astrology instructions.
The children who followed astrology were also more likely than their peers to be depressed and less likely to have a relationship with their parents.
“These findings highlight the importance of astrology for children and parents, as well as the importance for teachers and coaches, of ensuring children are being informed about the signs they are looking for,” Dr. Gokgin said.
“Children who follow the astrolrology signs are more likely, and more likely in the long run, to develop obesity, asthma and depression, as compared to those who do not.
Astrology can help us understand what a child is looking for in a particular person and how we can help them understand and develop healthier habits.”
The study looked at astrolometric readings in the first 3 months of the children’s lives.
They also looked at mental health, depression and anxiety in relation.
Dr. Gohgin said she hopes the study will inform educators and coaches on how to use astrology in a way that helps kids.
“Astrology is not only an important way of finding the sign of a child, but it is also an important tool for a child’s life,” she said.