Back in 1914, American men and women ranked third and fourth tallest in the world respectively.
By 2014, American men and women ranked 37th and 42nd tallest in the world respectively. Well, the authors behind the study say it could be linked to a worsening diet among Americans.
:)I'm a single mom by choice (got old and had my daughter on my own)... with no family near and older single friends who I decided to leave our comfortable lifestyle of wine clubs and travel - who just don't understand parenthood nor have interest in babysitting... But you're right, having a child all of a sudden takes away all that "need" to seek out a spouse (at least for me).
I just have no interest in dating - which just perplexes my friends.
In fact, it’s easy to forget you’re a human, too, which means neither you nor your partner is immune to farts, morning breath or zits.
hat with all of the fantastic American men around, what made me choose to tie the knot with a foreigner? But in time we did become fascinated with one another’s cultures (even if not always for good reasons).
I was given the impression that I would have a job here whether contract or perm.
The earliest of these occurred in the USA, which was one of the tallest nations a century ago but has now fallen behind its European counterparts after having had the smallest gain in height of any high-income country.
In contrast, height is still increasing in some Southern European countries (e.g., Spain), and in many countries in Latin America.
I fear I'll be my mother who divorced at 36 and never dated again!!
Immersed her life in her kids (or used it as an excuse to NOT get over the fear of dating after being married 15 years). I'd rather stay at home with my kids and either go out or just sit home and relax!