Brand brand New research reveals that dating while pregnant is amongst the last taboos for solitary mums-to-be
(London, 30 July, 2015) – nearly all solitary expecting mothers are refusing to allow their impending arrival and stigma that is societal in the form of finding a fresh partner, based on research carried out by BabyCentre. 61% are generally currently dating (13%) or keen to take action (48%), even though the great majority (86percent) feel they’ll be judged for dating while anticipating.
The study, completed because of the # 1 digital maternity and parenting destination global among over 400 women that are pregnant, unearthed that expectant mums who end up solitary are after within the footsteps of supermodel Heidi Klum* and television characters Rachel in ‘Friends’ and Miranda in ‘Intercourse additionally the City’, by pursuing love. Solitary mums-to-be are looking for companionship (51%), relationship (45%) and life partner (40%) over intercourse (18%) or getting a dad figure for his or her youngster (18%). Significantly more than a 3rd (37%) said they mightn’t even start thinking about intercourse by having a brand new partner during maternity.
Even though one fourth of families in britain are headed up by a parent that is single with this specific having been the actual situation for more than a decade** – BabyCentre’s research shows that dating in maternity is amongst the last taboos for solitary mums-to-be. 71% say there clearly was a stigma surrounding dating during maternity, with 64% feeling they can not also inform friends or household that they’re considering or dating it. Continue reading