PRWEB -- Feb 26 -- The way we look at ourselves as part of a relationship has evolved. Until the 1970’s, it was inconceivable that a woman would have a baby without being married, unheard of that she would have one without a partner. Yet in 2003, 43% of single women polled in a Match.com survey say they would consider having a child without a husband or romantic partner. FULL RELEASE @ PRWEB
Mark Brooks: Less marriages, more singles, higher divorce rates. Less babies, older first time parents. First marriages later in life. The institution of marriage seems more and more disenfranchised. What's next? Are casual, finite relationships the way of the future? Should we admit there is no 'one,' rather, three or four 'ones' that we are supposed to be with in our lifetimes?