June 22, 2019
Somehow I don’t quite think of sitting in a cold tank as being comfortable and certainly seems an odd path to health. However, this trend called cryotherapy is becoming very popular as Zawn Villin…
April 4, 2013
Mr. Hadley stated that his study “challenges the common idea that women are much more likely to want to have children than men, and that they consistently experience a range of negative emotions more deeply than men if they don’t have children.”
The study has learned that men and women had miscellaneous influences on their desire to have kids. The men were more expected to state that family expectations, cultural and societal factors affected their decisions to have kids as compared to the women. The ladies were more likely to cite aspects such as biological clock and personal longing as stimuli to have kids.
Several of the interviewed men admitted that they were too reluctant of getting involved in relationships that will lead to having kids, thus they remain childless.
The survey was made by means of a questionnaire that was filled out online by participants aged 20 to 66 years. More than 80% of the participants were white British folk, 90% were heterosexual, 69% had permanent jobs while another 69% had acquired college degrees.
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