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Choices in childlessness

Choices in childlessness

the report of a Working Party set up in July 1979 under the auspices of The Free Church Federal Council and the British Council of Churches.

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Published by Free Church Federal Council in London .
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Edition Notes

ContributionsFree Church Federal Council., British Council of Churches.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 55p.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14128210M


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CHILDLESS BY CHOICE: Choosing Childlessness in the Eighties. Nonetheless the book is a far cry from the hip polemics of Ellen Peck's The Ba by Trap (), and a more searching analysis than Merle Bombardieri's The Baby Decision (). But the book also touches on more controversial and unexpected themes, including what role women’s understanding of feminism may have played in their childlessness and the fact that not having kids has seemingly rendered them a pariah in their social groups.

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Lowrie, whose pregnancies all ended with miscarriages, is a terrific writer. Voluntary childlessness, also described by some as being childfree, is the voluntary choice to not have children. In most societies and for most of human history, choosing not to have children was both difficult and undesirable.

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In a beautiful introductory paragraph, Kamalanani describes what led her to write this book. Ma Sue Fagalde Lick books about childlessness, childlessness, Jody Day alternatives to motherhood, books about childlessness, Childless by Marriage, childless millennials, finding peace with childlessness, Gateway-women, if you're not a mother, infertility, Jody Day, Living the Life Unexpected, the cost of having children.

In her book Motherhood, Sheila Heti contemplates not having kids and asks. How can I express the absence of this experience without making central the lack.

Maybe if I could somehow figure out what not having a child is an experience of—make it into an action, rather than the lack of an action—I might know what I was experiencing and not feel so much like I was waiting to : Emily J.

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"If you really want to be a mother," I've been told, "you'd be a mother. Nothing stops modern. At Oprah Winfrey accepted childlessness, and only a fool would question her life choices. Childlessness comes in all shapes and sizes, not. The childless by choice are everywhere: They are your teachers, your neighbors, your colleagues, your sons, and your daughters.

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About the Author James H. Monach is Senior Lecturer in Social Work in the Department of. Childless by choice. December 1, — am I went back to school with a cake in a tin and books to tide me over till the next time she came tooting up the drive in her old station wagon.

Why being a childless woman is rarely a simple case of choice or infertility academic Dr Leslie Cannold in her book, to-digest reason for childlessness is that of never having been in. ALTADENA, Calif. — I WENT to a fortuneteller when I was Her house was on a busy street, its shingled siding a strange, marigold orange, the trim a clashing bright red and blue.

While the pain of involuntary childlessness is devastating for both women and men, childless people should be considered an integral part of society and not as outsiders or victims, writes Lynda Renham-Cook. My name is Lynda Renham-Cook and I am a childless woman – not by choice (as opposed to ‘child-free’).

I have been childless for over 25 years and my chances of ever being a mother. Kate Spicer says she is now 44 and full of regret because she isn't a mother. Not so long ago women without children, like me, were pitied. But now Author: Kate Spicer. With the exception of the baby boom, widespread childlessness has been a long-standing reality in northwestern European towns and cities from around onward.” This books attempts the difficult task of marrying scholarship with modern cultural study.

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More women than ever in the U.S. are making the choice to remain childfree —or not making the choice .