Binge-drinking has DOUBLED among American women without children in just 12 years, study reveals
Why is this?
Could it have anything to do with women being told to deny the very things that make them uniquely women?
Could it have anything to do with being told that men are the enemy?
Could it have anything to do with the fact that women have been told one lie after another for the past thirty years and now they are trapped in a life they chose and hate?
Binge drinking among women without children has doubled in just over a decade, according to new research.
More than four in ten (42 percent) childless 30- to 44-year-olds were having five or more drinks on any given occasion last year - compared to a fifth (21 percent) in 2006.
The finding, based on almost 240,000 Americans, mirrors one identified among mothers, too, but the rise of bingeing was steepest among women who didn't have little ones.
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