Brand New research reveals that dating while pregnant is just one of the taboos that is final solitary mums-to-be
(London, 30 July, 2015) – nearly all solitary expectant mothers are refusing to allow their impending arrival and societal stigma stand when it comes to finding an innovative new partner, based on research carried out by BabyCentre. 61% are either currently dating (13%) or keen to take action (48%), even though the great majority (86percent) feel they’ll certainly be judged for dating while anticipating.
The study, performed by the #1 electronic maternity and parenting destination worldwide among over 400 expecting mothers, discovered that expectant mums who are solitary are after when you look at 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 a full wife (40%) over intercourse (18%) or finding a daddy figure with their son or daughter (18%). A lot more than a 3rd (37%) stated they mightn’t also think about intercourse by having a partner that is new maternity.
Even though 25 % of families in the united kingdom are headed up by a parent that is single with this particular having been the scenario for over a decade** – BabyCentre’s research implies that dating in pregnancy is among the last taboos for solitary mums-to-be. 71% say there was a stigma surrounding dating during maternity, with 64% feeling they can not also inform buddies or household that they’re considering or dating it. Continue reading