Should I Start a Family?
Getting a great job and coming home to a house that contains a two-car garage, a loving spouse, and a couple of kids is the classic “American dream.” Society and values change, but is your dream the same? We plan to find out if a family should be your reality.
In order to do so, we examine your overall wellness. After all, nobody should take care of anyone else before their own needs are met. We’ll see if you have the abundance of savings and absence of ego necessary to complete the fatherly/motherly mission. Someone too out of touch with today’s ever-evolving environment presents a toxicity threat to young people, so we’ll gauge if you are with the times as well.
Most people assume that they’ve known whether to have their first child and when that special event should happen for years. However, whether looking at pregnancy or personality test results, surprises happen! Take this quiz to find out if you’re ready to start your own family.
"Should I start a family?" Some resolve this crossroads-causing conundrum at a very early age. Others wait decades to get a great job or ensure they have the maturity to be mentally prepared for embarking on life's ultimate journey.
The average age of new mothers in 2021 is 26. This is far older than women over the course of history. Similarly, the average age of new fathers is over 27. A multitude of soci0economic factors explains prolonging procreation. These include more accurate information and options pertaining to sexual protection, exponentially more people pursuing college/trade school, rising costs of living, increased awareness of how important properly treating mental health is, and people taking more time to achieve classic adulthood milestones.