Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Our unexpected choice: Living child-free - Families Families:

We have never regretted that choice, which is more common now than it was when we made it, but we feel bad about disappointing our mothers. Mine repeatedly warned that I would regret my decision and miss out on great happiness. Contemplating an extended trip to Israel, she sighed pointedly, “I might as well go. It’s not like anyone here needs me.” Knowing I let her down hurts, but not as much as it would to live a life I don’t want.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Childfree News
I wish to bring to your attention my new book: Famous - But No Children, published by Algora Publishers.
This non-fiction book contains written text and the main thrusts of this work concerns:
1. Overpopulation and its impact on the earth-environment, and
2. The circumstances under which it is immoral to create a life that will experience suffering.
I've included names & data of 700 people who did not have children: mostly very important historic people.
Please take a moment to view Algora’s write-up on this:
Thank you;
J.O. Raber