Triangle family

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Triangle Family


Modern families are making a huge statement when they decide one child is enough to form a complete family. This type of family is often called a ‘’triangle family’’ because ofthe three people that form it. Everyday, more and more young and grown couples take this modern culture and it’s starting to make a change in the world. According to H. Nichols (2008) in her article‘‘Outcomes for One-Child Families’’ there’s an estimated of twenty million one-child households in the United States alone. There can be four main ideas that explain such a radical chance in people’s wayof thinking through the years: money, illness, jobs and lack of parenting spirit.

New discoveries and products have been coming to the market with substances that may appear harmless, but in timecreate great illnesses o deficit in a specific part of the body. Processed food is full of toxins, without taking in account the massive amount of pesticides some food like broccoli, onion, watermelon,avocado and others; As said in the article ‘La cocina y sus toxinas’ (lainfertilidad.com, 2006). There are around fifty pesticides that cause infertility in woman or make them have a hard timeconceiving. Fertility has become a privilege for many and women are having a tough time having kids and therefore the birth rate decreases and the chances of having only one child increase. These sicknessesnot only messes up your body, but also take a lot of time, effort and money if it is possible to be treated correctly. Fertility drugs may cost from $50 USD to $5,000 USD a month according to thearticle ‘Fertility treatment: Your opinions at a glance’ (The baby center, 2009). It can be inferred that not anyone can afford this type of treatment and often, insurance companies don’t cover thistype of sickness.

Historically, a nation’s birth rate drops when there’s a crisis, explains D. Syson (2009) in his issue of The Observer (UK). In the past years, the world has suffered a...
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