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Why Young Couples Don’t Want To Have Children?

Freedom from children
Apparently, I found myself asking this question very often by now. I am perfectly out of age, and so are my friends. The vast majority of them are successful, wealthy, healthy and adult enough to handle serious commitment. Most of them have been in a relationship with their significant others for quite a while. They move in, go to vacation together, make plans and have dreams. They have common real estate, common vehicles and common insurance plans. The only common thing they don’t plan to have is kids. And I keep asking myself why it happens. Coupling is all about reproduction, isn’t it? So, I asked some of my friends to share their ideas on this issue, and that’s what they said:
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Raw food diet

It is believed that raw foods are much healthier than cooked. Followers of this diet are sure that the denaturation of the essentially important enzymes lead to health problems. It means that in many cases while cooking we eat unhealthy food. Instead of it our body as well as our immune system need those enzymes. And according to it sooner or later we would face serious problems mainly concerning digesting and stomach disorders.

It turns out that high temperature destroys nutrients and vitamins we need when we eat foods. At the same time those who do not keep raw food diet think that in many cases cooking is needed. Well, both opponents could be right of course. And our body needs balanced diet including vitamins, nutrients, and fats. Just remember about it.

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Minimalism – New Philosophy of Life

In the world of consumption and total availability of everything we may like, want, or just buy out of curiosity our system of values has changed – we get used to things and throw away people, we work more to buy more and to have more unnecessary things and less space in our apartments. May be it is time to review this consumption concept and choose a more healthier and reasonable life style?

Minimalism was started as a protest against the endless consumption of goods. It teaches that we do not need much in fact to live and to enjoy life. This movement has some obvious advantages. First of all, it is good for the environment as with the decrease in demand for goods will cause the decrease in their production and, thus, less pollution. What more to it, you will not need to work hard if you learn how to restrict your desires for the material things. The result – more time to spend on self-development, education, or communication with friends. Finally, minimalism is good from the aesthetic point of view as you will have more space for work and life after getting rid of all this trash you have collected for years.

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