The Wall St. Journal (WSJ) — For many couples, it’s a difficult decision to make between a love affair or marriage.
But if you’re not sure whether or not you want to have children, the marriage market may be a better bet than you realize.
And a study released on Tuesday suggests it might be possible to find one for yourself.
According to the survey of more than 1,300 couples, over half of respondents said they were considering having children, with half saying they wanted to have a child by the time they were 40.
For those couples who had a baby, half of them had children before their 40th birthday.
But the research shows that the majority of women don’t think they’ll ever have children.
But for couples who want children, having children is often a major decision.
A few factors may affect how long you want a child.
One is how old you are.
One in five women over the age of 30 say they want to start having children in their late 30s, according to the research.
For many, having a baby at 30 is the perfect time to have kids.
But other women may not be ready to have babies until they are 40 or older, and they may not have children until they’re 40 or above.
The same holds true for women who have been pregnant.
About 30 percent of women between the ages of 35 and 40 say they plan to have no children by the end of their 30s.
But in contrast, less than a quarter of women who plan to start a family after age 40 said they’d have a baby before they were 35.
In addition, about half of couples who said they wanted a child were having one in their early 40s.
The research also found that couples who have children in later years may be more open to a relationship, which is consistent with the idea that couples with children want to raise them.
But some people have different preferences.
For example, women who had been pregnant at the time of the survey are more likely to want children after they have children by their 40s, and a quarter say they’d be more likely if they hadn’t had children.
Some women may have to rethink their relationship with children in order to make the right decision.
For women who are still working, having kids might be more challenging than it sounds.
About one in 10 of them say they would prefer to stay married and have a family, compared to one in five who say they’ll marry but want to work or take a different job.
If you don’t have children yet, you might want to rethink your relationship with them.
“This is one of those situations where I think it’s really important to talk to your partner about it,” said Sarah Krieger, a senior researcher at the National Center for Health Statistics in the U.S. She said that if you want children but you don, for example, have a previous relationship with someone who is a childless, that relationship may not work.
She also said it’s important to be aware that there is a difference between having a child and having a relationship.
For instance, some women may choose to have childlessness because of a lack of financial support, she said.
But there are other reasons to want to continue having children.
The study found that women who were older and had higher levels of education were more likely than younger women to want a relationship and want children.
About three in four women aged 30 to 40 said that they wanted children but they didn’t have any children.
Younger women were also more likely — 52 percent — to want more children, and women who weren’t married at the survey were more than twice as likely to say they wanted more children than those who were married.
“You may think you want it for the kids and the money, but for the children you also want to think about what your career is like and the financial independence you can provide for your children,” Kriegers said.
And there are also some women who may have a different opinion than you about having children as well.
For some women, it might make sense to have fewer children.
A quarter of the women who wanted children in the past said that it would make more sense to stay single and have fewer kids than they would have if they had children, according the survey.
The next question is whether having children could change your relationship.
The number of couples in which the woman wanted children decreased as the number of children increased, while the number in which they wanted the relationship decreased.
“The relationship was actually stronger in the relationship where you wanted the kids, so there’s a strong association,” Kriekers said.
In contrast, couples who wanted to start children after the age they had them declined the relationship, and the number where they wanted kids increased.
But Krieers said that there are some women in those couples that didn’t want to be in the marriage at all.
There may be other factors at play, she added.
For a woman who is not currently married,