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I was afraid to change a diaper at first, and today I was like, 'I'm gonna do it.I'm gonna have that experience before we leave.'The proud dad also revealed that fatherhood was taking a toll on his training.The same year, the number of women with college and more advanced degrees exceeded the number of men for the first time.Add to that, recent research, confirming what women have long suspected -- that men are threatened by their success. "They weren't caring, and they weren't nice."Odette and Raymond Duggan have been married for 15 years and live in East Harlem with their two daughters, Faith, 12, and Isabella, 10.Strong hands come with his job description: He's an electrician. He seemed less inhibited and more fun than the professional men I typically dated.
In 2011, women held 51 percent of management and professional roles across all industries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.'I changed my first diaper today,' the 30-year-old swimming star said.'The photos that (the doula) showed me of what diapers could look like freaked me out, not gonna lie.Along with their differences in work and education, Raymond is Irish, and Odette, Dominican -- creating a "grand trifecta," Raymond said.Men's self-esteem plummeted when their female partners outperformed them on intellectual and social tasks, making them feel more pessimistic about the relationship's future, according to a study published last fall in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. "You could construct a situation where the rules are clear from the beginning, and the fellow is lower in social status," Goldstein said. The family's main breadwinner, Odette has a master's degree from Hunter College.
"It could take the competition off the table."She says that approach worked for her and her husband of 22 years and that he is proud of her success. Raymond studied brickwork at a London trade school and coordinates maintenance for the Central Park Conservancy.