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1. Witty Child Free Comebacks!
What zingers do you regularly use when people ask the dreaded question..."So, when are you two going to start having kids?"
2. Women Who Don’t Want Children
OK, so what’s “wrong” with us? Isn’t the desire to have children natural? NOT FOR EVERYONE!
3. Childfree Dating
One of the more frequently asked questions from our Married No Kids site is from male readers inquiring, “Where can I meet women who don’t want kids?” Here are some resources to and tips to help you find that special childfree someone.
4. Some Parents Regret Having Kids
How often do you hear that someday you’ll regret NOT having kids? Which would YOU rather regret?
5. Childfree versus Childless
Countless individuals worldwide are living lives without procreating, but what exactly do you call people who don’t have kids? Titles for parents include mom and dad, or mother and father. Depending on the person you ask, the response may vary considerably.
6. If You Can’t Decide, Don’t Have Kids
Indecision is a sure sign you aren’t ready to have children.
7. Why Kids Aren’t For Me
What is it about parenthood that I dislike so much? Just about everything!
8. Career Driven and Child Free
There are lots of reasons people don’t want kids. Sometimes it’s because you are spending your time nurturing a career. And there’s nothing wrong with that!
9. Child Free Women and Breast Cancer
There are some health risks involved when you choose not to have children. Knowing what they are can help save your life.
10. Are Childfree Communities Havens?
As more adults grow into old age without children with grandchildren, trend-seeking real estate developers are offering childfree housing alternatives. Are age-restricted, child-free communities really havens?
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