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In A Childfree Happily Ever After, entrepreneur, fur-parent, and childfree advocate Tanya Williams dives deep into the reasons why women choose to have or not to have children, including the social, cultural, and biological factors that influence our decisions.
Just some of the topics this book covers include:
- How young girls are raised to become mothers
- The social and cultural pressures facing women when it comes to motherhood
- The myth of the ticking biological clock
- What the blokes think (yes, it takes two to tango!)
- How to find your own path to fulfilment
A Childfree Happily Ever After brings the childfree conversation to life, lifts the veil on how childfree women are treated in society, and shares true stories of women from all walks of life.
If you are childfree or unsure if you want to have children, this book will help you to respond to the judgement, find your voice, and make a decision that's right for you.
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A wonderful childfree read!
listened to this while hiking, it's short but wonderful! A much appreciated representation for us childfree people! geat for people on the fence too as it gives plenty of advice on how to be secure in your choice. Funny in places, light hearted and vehement in her own choice, Tanya passionately articulates her choices and why she made them without being judgemental about the other side. Will definitely recommend.
- Elzbieta Kobylska
just what I needed
Puts in word all the things childfree people think but don't know how to express
- Cecilia W.
Read ‘Childfree by Choice’ instead ...
As a child-free woman by choice, I absolutely love these types of books about female empowerment and “outside the box” life choices. Having said that, this book was a bit of a dud. The authors incessant need to repetitively tell the reader/listener that she loves all things sparkly and pink is both annoying and unnecessary. Intellectuals are cringing around the world. Using hashtags throughout the book makes it seem like it was written by a clueless millennial...or a 42 year old woman who has absolutely no idea how hashtags work or what they’re actually used for. Yes, Tanya, we all like champagne and travel as well — it’s not why we purchased your book.
If you’re wanting a no BS (yet still very feminine and empowering) read/listen, check out the well-researched work by Dr. Amy Blackstone titled ‘Childfree by Choice’.
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