According to a recent survey researchers found that from birth to the age of 78, a woman will find herself crying for at least 12,013 hours.
If you're a baby boomer or older, you certainly remember the song by Leslie Gore, "It's My Party." She said "you would cry too if it happened to you." In the song she was talking about a boyfriend coming to her party with another girl--which would be a reason to cry. But did you know women spend one year and four months of their lives in tears and it's not always because of a man. According to a recent survey researchers found that from birth to the age of 78, a woman will find herself crying for at least 12,013 hours.
Here are some reasons baby boomer women might cry:
adult children who return home
OK...so how many times did you cry today?
Do you cry when you look in the mirror? Another survey indicates women are constantly concerned by their appearance and worries about aging. Woman worry about their bodies 252 times a week on an average. One hundred women aged 35 to 69 were given clickers in an experiment to register each time they worried about the ageing process.
Over seven days, the average number of clicks was 252.
The survey showed that on average women had negative thoughts 36 times a day.
One woman, who had a facelift ten years ago, clicked 1,400 times over seven days but admitted she thought it would be more. In her waking hours, she said she experienced a negative thought about herself approximately every three minutes.
So how many negative thoughts went through your head while reading this?