I wasn't that surprised Prof. of philosophy Roger Steare’s work on morality finds we women come out on top. When it comes to the way we face life's moral dilemmas we’re more likely to consider the feelings of others - despite it being 2012 many women are more likely to be "people pleaser's" - sometimes unnecessarily so but many times in the kindest possible way..
I've commented about this in today's Sun newspaper and made a fun moral compass quiz for you to take - have you got the morals of Fagan in Oliver Twist or something a bit higher I hope?
And despite trying to share the load with men we still end up juggling the needs of so many people in our lives from our partners, our children, friends, colleagues and often put ourselves last.
I've written an article that's gone live on MSN UK Her channel about bending to the pressure to get married - as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie get engaged. There are so many people who put you under pressure and my article points out that you need to draw a line with them.
TODAY’S TIP: if it's your children who want you to get married think very carefully about how strongly they feel when they see friends parents married. Children like to fit in and although we should encourage our children to be unique people they are there certain things where they just want to be the same.
Ultimately it's up to you but it might be fun to have your children act as page boy or bridesmaid at your wedding one day.
Take care of yourself, Pamx