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Parents, how soon after your child's diagnosis did you begin going out again with just your spouse?

 
   

Within one month

 
   

Within three months

 
   

Within six months

 
   

Within a year

 
   

More than a year

 
   

We haven't gone out alone and don't plan to

 
   

We want to go out alone but haven't found the right babysitter yet

 
   

We didn't go out when our child was younger, but now that they are older and we don't need a sitter, we do go out

 
   

Parents go out alone?

 


 

Poll Results

 

Parents, how soon after your child's diagnosis did you begin going out again with just your spouse?

 
     

Within one month

 
 

6%

 

 
     

Within three months

 
 

13%

 

 
     

Within six months

 
 

6%

 

 
     

Within a year

 
 

13%

 

 
     

More than a year

 
 

36%

 

 
     

We haven't gone out alone and don't plan to

 
 

3%

 

 
     

We want to go out alone but haven't found the right babysitter yet

 
 

3%

 

 
     

We didn't go out when our child was younger, but now that they are older and we don't need a sitter, we do go out

 
 

13%

 

 
     

Parents go out alone?

 
 

3%

 

 
 

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