If I ever was going to see or try to date somebody the honest and open route then I believe this would be the dating pool I'd end up limited to. Particularly for a serious long term committed kind of relationship.
I don't really give a fuck to judge anyone for this kind of a personal life-changing decision.
I think that everyone absolutely should be given a choice and never be judged in any way negatively for those decisions or be expected to 'Always' conform to what the "Majority" or Majority of what Society thinks and feels is the Ultimate "Proper" or "Right" choice or decision.
Other than that sometimes people can and will change their minds frequently about such life-changing decisions. Ultimately it's on you to decide what you really want and what is really right for you, right for your life and what will make you happy.
I respect their opinion. I am a guy and I don't want to father children, so along those same lines, I can see why women would feel the same. It is actually a sign of character in that a woman is willing to go against societal norms. // Considering all of the stress that raising children can cause, it is really something that more people should think twice about. How many people do you know who have had children who "aren't really into it"? And how many parents gravitate towards their addictions of alcohol, etc, after they have kids? Life is hard enough as it is. Adding children for a lot of people is not a good choice. Sorry to say.
I don't judge and its their choice. I'm never one to pry or ask why they came to that decision. Most of the women I know (they're between 32-38) don't want kids. Even though they're my dearest friends I haven't asked. I'm 30, and I do. Just because I do doesn't mean it's a good choice for everyone.
That she shouldn't have any, then. We've reached a point that the planet is groining under our weight, anyway. So no need feeling pressured if it isn't something you deeply desire and can fully commit to.
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