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Foreign men are in high demand particularly in the capital region and other university cities as young women struggle to find viable partner candidates among Finnish men, says Minna Säävälä, a senior researcher at the Family Federation of Finland."The problem is that [young] women are beginning to be more educated than men and struggle to find men of similar educational background. The phenomenon is manifested in marriage statistics: Finnish women in their 20s and 30s not only marry foreign men much earlier than Finnish men marry foreign women, they also do so in growing numbers."I've tried to explain to my mates in Australia how easy it was to find company in Finland. You must experience it first hand." Finnish women, he estimates, must simply love the Australian accent as they were not afraid to make the initiative."I took at least one woman back to my place every week." Attractive stereotypes Luchino Sivori noticed the same during his recent one-year stay in Finland, although he did not respond to the flirting because his girlfriend was waiting for him in Spain.Such breaches are viewed by Finns with equanimity if committed by their own countrymen and with understanding or amusement if committed by foreigners.

The general finding from studies conducted across nations and cultures appears to be that the adolescent period is more demanding for girls than for boys, with higher scores on mental health problems and lower scores on measures of well-being.

Visit for more related articles at Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior Objectives: To investigate sex differences in mental health in 13-15 year-old adolescents in Iran and Finland, in order to explore potential cultural influence on sex differences in mental health during early adolescence.

Methods: Six hundred adolescents from Iran and 2205 adolescents from Finland (age range 13-15 yrs.) filled in a questionnaire consisting of scales from the Brief Symptom Inventory (anxiety, hostility and depression), the Ostrobothnian Youth Survey (body satisfaction and somatic symptoms), the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and the SCOFF index for eating disorders.

Results: In the Iranian sample, no sex difference was found on any of the seven measures.

In the Finnish sample, sex differences were found on all seven, indicating better mental health among boys than among girls, in this age group.