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    Lightbulb Men, Childbirth and Maturity

    Do men have the maturity to accept and embrace the fact that a woman will change emotionally and physically after childbirth?
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    Most don't....but to be fair most women don't even know how they themselves will react after childbirth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgeflash View Post
    Most don't....but to be fair most women don't even know how they themselves will react after childbirth.
    good answer
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    I dont think maturity is the right word...

    if a man becomes a first time dad, he is not aware of the changes that will happen, he too is excited of the child birth, so when the reality sets in, he is left in confusion or aw struck and most times if not all times seems not matured for the situation
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingram_Gordon View Post
    I dont think maturity is the right word...

    if a man becomes a first time dad, he is not aware of the changes that will happen, he too is excited of the child birth, so when the reality sets in, he is left in confusion or aw struck and most times if not all times seems not matured for the situation
    speaking from experience is we?
    joie de vivre

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    it would be way too long

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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgeflash View Post
    Most don't....but to be fair most women don't even know how they themselves will react after childbirth.
    u are on point with this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cassette_craig View Post
    speaking from experience is we?
    yes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgeflash View Post
    Most don't....but to be fair most women don't even know how they themselves will react after childbirth.

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