Most of us have known the struggle of having a “naggy mother.” Between asking you to do your homework in high school or cleaning your room or taking your vitamins – moms are always there with the suggestion of how you ‘should’ be doing things. And we always hoped that one day, the nagging would end or at least, lighten up.
But moms love us - and according to a study by the University of Essex, people with pushier moms are more likely to be successful in life. And teens with pushy moms? They’re less likely to become pregnant at a younger age. So instead of griping, maybe we should all be thanking our moms a little more frequently anyway, so we might as well throw in there that we appreciated their nagging, too!