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It seems nothing kills the romance like kids.
According to a study carried out by OnePoll, and the World, the average age has gone on for three years, without having the have to have of a romantic date. Not only that, but many people are saying that this is what they would specifically like to change it.
“As a parent, it’s great if we’re able to pull off a romantic night out experience with our partner on Valentine’s day. However, it is also about the celebration of love, too,” This is the Head of Experience, Brian Fields, told SWNS.
The researchers carried out a poll of 2,000 parents of children between the ages of 5 and 18, the news agency South West News Service (SWNS reports. The results of the study suggest that parents have less time to be romantic with each other once they have children, but miss having a more personal, one-on-one time with the general.
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“As a parent, it’s great if we’re able to pull off a romantic night out experience with our partner on Valentine’s day. However, it is also about the celebration of love, too,” This is the Head of Experience, Brian Fields, told SWNS. “And when it comes to finding the perfect gift for all of you to keep our research shows that the experience can be remembered by almost 40 per cent more than the physical things, and allow people to feel close to 20 per cent better.”
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On the basis of the results of the survey, more than half of the respondents said that they long for the freedom that they had before them to their parents. A lot of the answers reflected a nostalgia for life before the kids, the parents, and say that they will miss out on certain activities, such as sleep, travel and more.
Also, two out of five respondents of the respondents to the survey said that they would just have to miss out, with less responsibility.
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On a happier note, the vast majority of the parents said that they would be happier and more fulfilled in having children. A lot of working parents said that it was to make dinner for the family was the number one thing they looked forward to after a hard day at work.