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A new survey from the University of Chicago shows that a new generation of adults are coming to terms with the idea that adults aren’t all that great at being kids.
In the study, researchers asked a panel of more than 3,000 adults if they would rather have children, or have them raise them as adults.
About a quarter of the respondents said they’d prefer to have children; half of the adults said they would prefer to raise children as adults, according to the survey.
Those numbers are fairly similar across all demographics, but the study showed a strong correlation between the number of people who said they wanted to raise a child as an adult and the percentage of people in their demographic that said they did not.
Researchers then looked at whether adults wanted to have a child.
Among the adults who said the idea was more appealing than raising a child themselves, a third of them said they planned to raise their children as parents, the survey found.
“This is something that has been discussed by many in the literature,” said Michael A. Johnson, the study’s lead author and an assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University at Buffalo.
“It’s not an entirely new concept.
But the fact that it’s come to the attention of more people has been surprising to me.”
The researchers were interested in whether there were differences in how people were thinking about raising a family.
“For the most part, people were saying that the reason they were interested was that they want to have their children raised as adults,” Johnson said.
“But there was a significant minority of adults who were saying, ‘I don’t really want my kids to be adults, so I’m not really interested in raising them as children,'” he added.
“People are just not sure what they want,” Johnson added.
“And this study really shows that there’s not a lot of agreement among adults.
Some people said they want their kids to grow up to be married adults, and others said they don’t want their children to grow out of their own parental roles.
So it’s a little bit of a gray area.”
If we are going to talk about what’s the best way to raise kids, I think it would be helpful to have more people talk about it,” Johnson continued.
A study published in the Journal of Family Psychology in June showed that raising children as an adolescent can be more challenging than raising them later in life.
The study, conducted by University of British Columbia psychologist Michael W. Smith and University of Colorado Boulder psychology professor Elizabeth D. Wilson, found that teenagers in the United States were more likely to be “highly educated, self-employed, and high-achieving” than their peers in the general population.
This study is an interesting one for many reasons, Johnson said, because the findings are consistent across generations.
It’s also interesting because the survey did not ask about children.
Johnson said that might be because parents don’t necessarily want to be asked about it.
The findings could also help to explain why the U.S. is the most expensive country in the world to raise childless adults.
The United States is ranked eighth on the list of countries with the highest cost of childlessness among the industrialized nations, according a 2017 study from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Johnson said that although it’s not clear how much of this cost could be due to differences in the way people have traditionally planned to be parents, it does seem that there are more adults than ever who don’t plan to have kids.
There are also some differences in attitudes.
Johnson explained that people are more likely than ever to say that they’d rather have their kids raised as an independent adult.
If you want to know more about the study or its limitations, Johnson wrote a paper on the topic.
What you need to know about childless people:The survey of adults also asked about how many children they had.
Johnson noted that it is hard to say how many adults have children because they’re more likely not to say they have a family because they don-t feel comfortable talking about it in public.
But it’s also hard to know how many people would like to have multiple children, since they don to have that much children, he added, because they have too much free time.
In addition, the research team also asked adults how they felt about the idea of raising children themselves.
Among those who said that the idea is more appealing, the vast majority said that they would want their own children to be raised as children.
For people who are not interested in having children themselves, Johnson pointed out that they’re not particularly likely to have any children themselves or if they do have children they would not want to raise them.
And for those people who don, there’s less to say.
Johnson says that if they wanted a child and they didn’t want to take care of their children, they would most likely want to find a spouse to help with the childcare and social activities. These