An online poll by Pureprofile of over 2,300 people around Australia shows a third of all parents with kids aged under 18 (30 percent) have taken a holiday without them.
Originally published: HuffPost, 7 August 2017
Travelling without your children is supposed to be healthy in terms of reconnecting with your partner without the kids interrupting you every five minutes.
Parents are often encouraged to put their guilt aside and focus on 'couple time', leaving their little darlings with grandparents, aunts or close friends – often as a last ditch bid to bring that loving feeling back into their lives.
According to an online poll by Pureprofile, (interviewing more than 2,300 people around Australia) a third of all parents with kids aged under 18 (30 percent) have taken a holiday without them, while another third (35 percent) are planning on going away without their offspring. Read more >