However, that's a very negative mentality, but I also think there is little to do economically speaking. F. ex. Greek parliament gave money incentive to parents for every third children and still they had negative natality. The same thing in Scandinavia. This policy is only backfiring because it gives incentives to third world immigrants to make even more kids.
But how come things are starting to change in Slovenia? Is it because of government intervention?
Btw good to hear it…
I dont know why but for example to me big house dosent mean a thing. Infact i would prefer smaller one. My grandmother had 8 brothers and sisters (i think not 100% sure) and their house was realy small in modern standards. I guess some folks just realised it is supid to have biggest house in the hood, newest expensive car, etc. and yeah situation is same here. Altho there are still many people obsesed with big houses, etc.