Women are beginning to think differently, to share this terrain and to ask these questions about shared parenting in their romantic relationships early on. They're seeing the value in marrying a great potential dad. Maybe men are seeing the opportunity to be more present in the daily lives of their kids as well.
Does anyone have a comment on how this shift in roles is affecting dating, romantic relationships and who men and women find attractive?
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