Women Start Morphing Into Their Mothers At The Age Of 33, New Research Finds

Women Start Morphing Into Their Mothers At The Age Of 33, New Research Finds

According to recent research, women start turning into their mothers at the age of 33.
The thing that triggers the biggest changes in a woman’s personality is motherhood, and it’s followed by physical signs of aging.

More than 50% of the women that participated in the survey admitted that they stopped arguing with their mothers once they went in their thirties, and they started behaving like them instead.

The age that most women surveyed confessed to aspire them to be like their mothers is 33, and the popular actress Keira Knightley is of that age. Her mother, Sharman Macdonald, is 68.

According to the research, men start turning into their fathers aged 34 – the same age as Prince Harry.

The classic signs that women have started behaving like their mothers include watching the same TV shows like them, using the same expressions and taking up the same hobbies.
Men, on the other hand, start acting like their fathers mostly when they become fathers themselves.

Other “symptoms” for both men and women include showing signs of middle age, weight gain, switching lights off in empty rooms, and switching from Radio 1 to Radio 2.

Dr. Julian De Silva, a Harley Street plastic surgeon commissioned the poll, and 2000 people participated in it. He says that we all turn into our parents at some point in our lives, and it’s something to be celebrated, because our parents are the most wonderful people in the world.

He added that we start to feel like our moms and dads when we start looking like them, too, and we must accept that it is an inevitable part of aging. The average time for cosmetic surgery for women is 37, and for men is 43, which means that a lot of people want to put off the aging process as long as possible.

 
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