THE CHILDFREE LIFE
ARTICLES FOR YOU
We’ve been raised in a society that condemns self-love. It judges us and labels us as narcissistic when we decide to take care of ourselves first. This is probably something you’ve experienced any time you’ve said you don’t want children. How DARE you want to take care of yourself instead of some human being that doesn’t yet (nor will ever)
As a childfree chick you’re probably up close and personal with the subject of birth control (if you’re not you should probably get up close...real close!) There have been major advances in birth control over the last 60 some odd years (thank goodness). From a one time oops I need some NOW, to making it permanent, women have never been more
So I consider myself a pretty strong person. Not the type to allow others to make decisions for me, or tell me what to do. Maybe it stems from being an only child. I could never blame things on any siblings. If there was something broken, I did it. If there wasn't something done, it was because I hadn't done it. If someone snuck into dad's rye
Repairing a wounded friendship:Friends are special people to have in your life. We all need someone we can confide in, have fun with and concoct crazy schemes and adventures with. But what happens when friends have a fight? This can be a really devastating experience for some relationships, especially if you have never had a fight before.
I don’t know if it was because I was tired, I had a bad week, or I had just been poked one too many times, but the other day I snapped. My mother-in-law had done one of those silly Facebook quizzes about how many grandchildren she would have (14