Jennifer Glass

Professor and Executive Director of the Council on Contemporary Families at the Department of Sociology & Population Research Center at the University of Texas

Professor and Executive Director of the Council on Contemporary Families at the Department of Sociology & Population Research Center at the University of Texas

Jennifer Glass on KCRW

The question as to whether or not to have kids will come up for many during the course of their lives. A child could provide its parents with purpose and fulfillment.

American parents report being 12% less happy than non-parents

The question as to whether or not to have kids will come up for many during the course of their lives. A child could provide its parents with purpose and fulfillment.

from Life Examined

The question as to whether or not to have kids will come up for many during the course of their lives. A child could provide its parents with purpose and fulfillment.

American parents report being 12% less happy than non-parents

The question as to whether or not to have kids will come up for many during the course of their lives. A child could provide its parents with purpose and fulfillment.

from Life Examined

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