Just saw this … what do you think? Any responses?
Forget about cutting back on cable and pricey
cappuccinos. For some couples, a shaky economy means putting plans to
grow or start a family on hold.
economy is a leading source of worry for many Americans, with 80
percent saying they feel stress about their personal finances,
according to an annual survey released recently by the American
Psychological Association. With rising job cuts and home foreclosures,
many financially crunched families have decided the time isn’t right to
have a child, or another child.
Ridley, a mom of three in Pembroke Pines, Fla., has a bad case of baby
fever. But right now, fearing the worst in the current recession, her
family is putting dreams for a fourth child on ice.