The holy grail of the relationship has to be the “Friend with Benefits”. I mean, friends are the best. They care for you, look out for you, have fun with you, they tell you when you are doing something dumb in a way that is funny and cute to take the edge off and of course they forgive you when you make a mistake in life. Plus who doesn’t like a good hard benefit sometimes? Yeah baby….
n times of moral chaos, politics and money can easily sway people. However, no amount of power or money will be able to move a person with a strong backbone of principles.
Certain realities exist today that make many of us women wonder if getting married is really right for us. Although this may seem depressing, it’s true, and before we walk down that aisle, we should really stop and consider what we want out of life and love.
Through our unending quest to make the big money, many people find themselves following someone else’s rules to get there.
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.
e Strong. You chose to be childfree for a reason, whatever it might be, and you are no less of a human being for it. Society may shun you, chastise you, and pressure you, but do not let them tear you down and ruin your life just because it is something ‘they’ want. And remember, you are not alone. Draw strength and support from your fellow CF sisters and brothers.
I love going, and I love cosplay, and the thought of not being able to do either, or at least doing a lot less than I currently do, annoys me. I love kids, but if that limits my ability to have a hobby, then I don’t want them.
Stop letting people think you are weird just because you have an opinion that isn’t the same as theirs. Children are not for everyone. The world is overpopulated anyway. Hold your head up high and ENJOY being childfree! We have the kind of life that makes many envious – and I’m proud to say I do not take my decision for granted. I live life to its fullest – childfree!
Most little girls dream, at one point, of finding her Prince (or Princess) Charming and living ‘happily ever after’. The notion is a romantic one, but unfortunately the reality is far from fanciful. According to Statistics Canada from 2001 to 2010 there were approximately 71,000 divorces per year in Canada. Those numbers are quite significant when you consider there are 34 million people in the country and there are 140 – 150,000 marriages per year.
Accepting responsibility for your life
It is easy to lay blame on everyone else for everything bad that happens in life. I spent many years saying things like, why does life always treat me this way? Why do I always get screwed over? Why me??