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A study found many keep another man waiting patiently in the wings should they end up single – and married women are even more likely to.
As long-term financial security becomes a pipe dream for more Americans, a growing share is giving up on marriage.
Thanks to listener Jim Woods.
- A study has found that men always want to be with women in their mid-20s
- The magic number for men of all ages was around 24 or 25-years-old
- Evolution and Human Behavior journal found women were more realistic
- They prefer to be with men who are around two or three years older
“As social roles start to change, people often embrace the changes that make their lives easier, but resist the changes that make their lives more difficult,” David Frederick, a professor of psychology at Chapman University, told The Huffington Post last summer. “Who pays for dates … is one arena where women may be resisting gender changes more than men,” he suggested.
To dismiss the idea of raising a child, or raising him now as opposed to ten years in the future, because you haven’t yet traveled the world or written that magnum opus slightly misses the point of it all. When you raise a child, especially with someone you’ve committed your life to, your self-interest becomes tied up in theirs.
A California man was arrested after police said he killed his ex-girlfriend’s dog, cooked it, then fed it to her without her knowing.
Thanks to listener Gus Lua.
AND WHAT IS YOUR HUSBAND’S NAME AGAIN, SWEETIE? Why Women Need To Start Asking Men Out…Because Men Have No Balls
Our prediction for this gal’s future? Plenty of cats, knitting, and talking to herself!
Ladies, it’s been said before, but I’ll say it again: They just don’t make ‘em like they used to.
There’s no door-holding, no hand-holding and definitely no free drinks. There’s no taking off hats or courting through invitations. There are no smooth moves, no jackets to dinner. There are no flowers, no tables by candlelight. But, most importantly, there are no dates.
If you’re a single woman, you probably envisioned your twenties as a roaring social scene full of expensive dinners and lavish nights out. You probably thought you’d have a boyfriend, or at least a few dates a week.
You probably thought you’d meet a guy at a bar and that he’d ask for your number. You probably thought you’d be on your way to dinner next week.
After too many nights spent in bars and one too many phone numbers given out, you’ve probably realized the sad truth of the situation. You’re not going on any dates or being courted in any type of manner because, unfortunately, men these days are cowards.
A new book based on relationship data reveals much about the way people interact and view each other, but one graphic from the book’s first chapter is generating all the buzz. Here’s how the author describes the salient piece of data regarding how men view women:
“From the time you’re 22 you’ll be less hot than a 20-year-old, based on this data.”
We know that children raised by two parents tend to be more successful — at school, in the future labor market, in their own marriages — than children raised by a single mom or dad. And from this fact, it might seem easy to conclude that marriage wields some outsized power over a child’s life — that its absence creates unstable homes and chaotic families, while its presence nurtures them.
In reality, though, the question of why children of married parents are more likely to thrive is an extraordinarily complicated one.