Would you spend your time studying till your 30's, not wanting to have a family yet? Why?
I seem to be spending all my time until my 30's studying, studying and studying everything imaginable and thus don't have a family yet, but it isn't necessarily by choice.
If I was committed to my studies, then yes I would put off having a family until my 30's. Actually, I didn't have my children until I was in my 30's and more people are waiting until later to start a family these days.
Money wise, it may make a big difference but would you even want your partner to wait for you until you're done with studies etc?
by Abena 5 years ago
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by Cindy Cinnamon 3 years ago
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Should a male, in his middle 30's, attempt to go to the Police Academy, and become a Police Officer?
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If you could go back in time and be any age again, what would it be? Why?
by Crochetliens 5 years ago
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by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
How could America afford to construct World Class infrastructure in the 30's 40's and 50'S?But we can't afford to patch potholes now?
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