I'm childless, unmarried... and happy

October 21, 2019



A far back as I can remember I never wanted to have children and, if I think about it, there were hints from an early age.

When I was a child I shunned dolls and instead played with the endless stuffed animals that filled my bedroom.

I was the youngest of four and didn’t have much experience of babies as I was always the baby myself and maybe that also played its part.

However, as the years rolled by I expected a maternal instinct to kick in; I was a woman after all, wasn’t I hardwired to nurture?

My biological clock came without batteries installed, because the primal drive that propels so many
women toward motherhood never materialised for me.


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