Why do we love our kids more than our parents?

The average American will have three or four kids by the time he or she is 40, but the average American woman will have nine kids by then. 

The average American father will have only two kids by his 40s.

And yet we are so used to living in a world where we can only have one or two kids that we are surprised when we look back and see how many of the world’s most beautiful, successful, and beautiful mothers and fathers were born before our time. 

In the early years of the 20th century, the average life expectancy for women in the United States was 72 years. 

By 1960, the number of women had grown to 85 years.

Today, it is 93. 

Men have the same life expectancy as women: 79 years.

But in the 1970s, as the country began the Great Recession, the life expectancy of men fell to just 81 years.

In 2014, women still have a lower life expectancy than men. 

So what happened? 

The answer is that women have become more and more dependent on their partners for support, meaning they are no longer expected to take care of themselves or their families.

The traditional idea that women and men are equal, that women are expected to care for their families and men for their careers, has been replaced by a belief that men and women are biologically different and that it is a privilege and a privilege alone to care.

The truth is, in many ways, it’s not even close.

Men are more likely to be the breadwinner, the primary breadwinner for their family. 

Women earn less than men, are less likely to go to college and earn less in the workforce.

They also live longer, live longer in more remote places, have lower incomes, are more susceptible to illness and death and are more prone to injury.

And yet, we are still taught that men are inherently better at raising kids.

We are told that it’s men’s job to make sure that all the children are well-fed, safe and happy.

We’re told that fathers are the main breadwinners for their children and men, and men need to be strong and stay at home, and so on.

This is the reality that is driving our obsession with gender roles, and it’s one that will never change.

It’s a reality that has been reinforced over the years by society’s expectations that men have to be “better” than women. 

But it’s also a reality about which we can make changes.

There is no reason that men should be expected to be better at parenting than women, nor should they be expected the same amount of attention.

If women want to be a part of the society, they should be allowed to.

But if men need the same level of attention and love that women do, then women should also be allowed a certain amount of independence and independence from men.