ScienceDaily summarizes a new study conducted at Brigham Young University and Princeton finding that both fathers and mothers in multiple family roles experience very high stress levels.  In a large national sample of parents, this study found that risk of depression increases as the number of parenting roles increases for both males and females.  Parents with 3 roles were 57 percent more likely to be depressed than those with only one role.  Stepfathers were found to experience particularly high stress levels.  To read this article in its entirety, click here.