Speeding through life could land us in a meltdown, say psychologists
Millions of us are in danger of "meltdown" because we race through life at break-neck speed, psychologists have warned. They fear we could do serious damage to our health and relationships unless we slow down. A study revealed that scores of us are bolting down our evening meal in less than ten minutes. Others are hurrying through love-making in just two minutes.The 1948 Kinsey Report found that "for perhaps three-quarters of all males, orgasm is reached within two minutes" of intercourse. It doesn't tell how long it took a man to eat his dinner, but at least he had something to do while his kippers were grilling.