The overall shape of families hasn’t changed dramatically over the last ten years, with most households having two married parents. Young people are more likely to talk to their parents about things that matter to them most days, and to say they get on well with their parents. However, satisfaction with friendships has dropped and there has been an increase in reported bullying over the last decade. Young people spend less time in person with friends and are less likely to have a steady boyfriend/girlfriend. And loneliness is on the rise, with more young people saying they feel lonely sometimes.