Why Don t You Have Kids Living a Full Life Without Parenthood From the founder of the Childfree Network a national support group for childless adults comes this insightful exploration of the pros and cons of parenting and not parenting filled with anecdotes

  • Title: Why Don't You Have Kids?: Living a Full Life Without Parenthood
  • Author: Leslie Lafayette
  • ISBN: 9780821748534
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the founder of the Childfree Network, a national support group for childless adults, comes this insightful exploration of the pros and cons of parenting and not parenting, filled with anecdotes, interviews, and statistics.

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    1. I wish I could give a copy of this book to every person who's ever felt it necessary to judge me and Ben, to tell us we're selfish, horrible people for making a personal decision. Maybe it would open their eyes.The book talks a lot about how insanely pro-baby, pro-pregnancy, pro-"family" (as defined as mom, dad, 2.2 kids) our culture is. And how it would do everyone a lot of good to be more realistic about parenthood; it's not all sunshine and lollipops and not everyone wants to do it or is able [...]

    2. It is pretty dated. But overall a good read for those choosing to live childfree or those trying to decide.

    3. Dated (published in 1995), but still a thorough examination of living childfree vs. childless and the benefits and challenges that come along with the choice not to have children. Naturally, there have been cultural shifts in the way society views relationships, marriages, children, and the childfree since the publication of this book almost 20 years ago, but a lot of the foundational information still rings true. The absence of LGBT families in the text is the most notable indication of how tim [...]

    4. This book is the best I have read on the subject of not having children by choice!! It's a little dated, since it was written in the 90s and I tried tracking down the origization the author started and talks about throughout the book, but it appears to have dis-banded, much to my disappointment. It does have suggestions and "How To's" for starting your own "Childless By Choice" Chapter(s) of your own amongst other like-minded people in your community and/or circle of friends. The book is VERY un [...]

    5. This one unfortunately simple question has always left me feeling like a 6 foot tall, awkward, acne ridden teenager. But to look at it now, its the best decision I have ever made. It takes a certain amount of strength and courage to look forward into what is unknown, take inventory of what you feel is important, just being brutally honest with yourself and come back with the answer that says that's just not for me. We all have free will & we should all be able to make our decisions regardles [...]

    6. I thought this was an excellent book that gives the "other" side of parenting. The side that isn't pretty and puppies and rainbows. For me, it wasn't about convincing me not to have kids, per se, I wanted a realistic picture to know what I would be getting into prior to getting into it and wasn't finding it in parenting books. I found they tended to paint things more rosey then I suspected was realistic. This book scared the shit out of me and that's a good thing. Parenthood is not for the weak [...]

    7. I've had this book sitting on my shelf for a few years years and now regret that I didn't actually read it sooner. Highly recommended for anyone (man or woman) who is living childfree, by choice or by chance. It was written in the '90s, so it's dated, which is the only reason I'm giving it 4 starts instead of 5.

    8. some pretty good food for thought, though fairly defensive and whiny at times (and i'm already on her side!). 4 stars instead of 3 due to the lack of compelling alternative books on the same topic.a few days later: still thinking about some things she said. prob worth 4 stars in its own right.

    9. A guide for what a life is like without reproducing. Helpful ways to address the endless questions and thoughtless comments from strangers, family, and friends as you go along the sometimes lonely "road less traveled" without kids.

    10. A little out-of-date at this point in terms of some of the info and stats included, but still a good resource that offers insight into the rationale behind opting out of having kids.

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