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Has anyone read "Sex at Dawn" or "The Evolution of desire"?
Quote from: celticcavegirl on April 05, 2013, 11:52:32 AM Has anyone read "Sex at Dawn" or "The Evolution of desire"?No, but I will if you will.
Celtic, so you'll have 1-2 kids but since marriages fail often you're going back to work soon after to keep the career?By that rationale you shouldn't even have the kids because marriages fail often
Great article, but I for one really don't know how I could translate paleo-parenting into modern day, given that I will want to (and might have to) go back to work within 6-12 months of having a kid, and don't have a handy supply of alloparents. Even long-term breastfeeding might be tricky as breasts take well to pumping and with marriages breaking down the way they do, I don't personally feel I can risk my career by taking much time off work to have a kid or two...
In the U.S., if you're able to afford time off for kids with a husband, you're able to afford it after the divorce as well, since a divorced couple actually gets to keep more income after taxes than does a married couple, and the woman is pretty much guaranteed to get custory of the kids along with most of the income in the form of child support and alimony.
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