Men start turning into their fathers at 34, research shows

The members of both sexes at one point in their life begin to turn into their parents. Usually the trigger for it is motherhood or paternity.
A new British study found that in a certain age, we begin to adopt more and more our fathers' habits, we begin to resemble them and stop opposing them in opinions and attitudes.

The study was conducted by Dr. Julian De Silva from London, who interviewed 2000 men and women during the research. He concluded that more than half of men in the early thirties behaved more like their fathers, unlike behavior in younger age, which in most cases was the result of a 'rebellion' against such a life.

Behavior that resembles more of their father’s involves adopting the same behavior patterns, dealing with the same hobbies, and even watching the same television shows, first demonstrates it in musical taste and in political attitudes.

"We all turn into our parents at some point in our lives - and that is something to be celebrated," the Dr said. "Becoming parents is the main trigger and lifestyle factors are also important."

"It is an inevitable part of ageing but a process lots of people want to put off for as long as possible," he explained.

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