Jennifer Verdeja, a massage therapist at a South Florida spa, talks excitedly about her job, until the conversation turns to the unfairness of her work schedule. "Just because I don't have children doesn't mean I should get the Saturday night shift every week."
Should we live our lives with no regrets as the song tells us to?
Published on May 16, 2012 by Melanie Greenberg, Ph.D. in The Mindful Self-Express
It is Monday evening and I am on a non-stop flight from Chicago to Los Angeles. I have just spent a long lovely weekend in Chicago. It is the first time I have been to Chicago in years.
The stages of grief were not meant to tell you what you feel, what you should feel, and when exactly you should feel it. They were not meant to dictate whether you are doing your grief "correctly" or not. They were meant to normalize a deeply not-normal time.
What makes a beautiful, successful and extremely rich woman take her own life? In lieu of any sort of evidence, the suspected suicide of designer L'Wren Scott is as baffling as it is heartbreaking for anyone who believes that depression is the sole preserve of the poor and ugly.
In a recent Magazine article, Suruchi Sharma wrote about the pressure on women in India to marry by their mid-20s. Her story provoked numerous responses from around the globe from both men and women about the social stigma they face for remaining unmarried. Harshika Amin, Bangalore, India: I am a 27-year-old architect.
Kylie recently split from her boyfriend and manager and is starting afresh She says that she's come to terms with the fact she may never be a mother She is busier than ever with her role on the voice and her album release By Spencer Bright PUBLISHED: 16:37 EST, 14 March 2014 | UPDATED: 05:54 EST, 15 March 2014 By anyone's standards 2013 was quite a tumultuous year for Kylie Minogue.
Childless and childfree women come in lots of shapes and sizes. We are all colors, all cultures, and all ages. As much as we have in common, we are also very different. Some people say it is strange to define ourselves by things that we are not, so let's determine what we are instead.
Jessica, 43, is stuck in financially crippling, emotionally draining treatment Had ten cycles of treatment but still has not had a baby She says IVF is 'as addictive as crack cocaine' Had around 10 courses of IVF but won't stop trying to have a baby By Jessica Hepburn PUBLISHED: 16:43 EST, 12 March 2014 | UPDATED: 23:00 EST, 12 March 2014 At the beginning of the year, I wrote my New Year's resolutions down on a piece of paper.
It's pitched as the battle of the breeders vs the baby-free. In offices across the capital, the childless are growing increasingly irate at the preferential treatment companies show parents.
"I still remember how I felt the day my husband said he doesn't want to have children," said Anca Wass, the latest winner of TODAY's Everyone Has a Story contest. "It was also the day he killed the meaning of Mother's Day for me."The 42-year-old Romanian native recalls changing her entire philosophy on life once she realized she wouldn't experience motherhood.
Many of the women joining the list of Famous NotMoms this week were sent in by our [cherished!] readers, and deserve to take a bow on the homepage, too. Singers are in the majority this time around - no reason, they just are.
Published: Sunday, 3/2/2014 - Updated: 16 hours ago Problem looms as fewer women have children NEW YORK - Having children was never on Francine Tint's to-do list. A painter of large abstract canvases, Tint never felt a biological imperative to reproduce or pass on her name to future generations.
What is that incredibly loud ticking noise? Is there a bomb somewhere that Bruce Willis forgot to defuse? Oh, wait - it's just the mournful beat of men's biological clocks. It's always seemed unfair that men (or at least Rupert Murdoch) could procreate into their dotage without a care, but there is new evidence that the aging father carries with him a certain liability.
Yesterday I had coffee with a friend who has been having a very stressful time with her mother. It was the familiar story of care that was fragmented, provided without a great deal of thought, didn't meet her mothers needs and has resulted in her being re admitted to hospital.
California researchers confirm what other studies have shown: babies conceived through assisted reproductive technologies (ART) or artificial...
Clock's ticking ... Liz Hayes has no plans to leave 60 Minutes and has Barack Obama in her sights. Photo: Hugh Stewart Liz Hayes arrives on time, perfectly groomed and ready to do business. In an industry of high-stakes deals and carefully managed egos, Hayes is low-key.
Denver-based photographer and art director Suzanne Heintz was fed up with people asking her when she was going to get married. From her mother’s direct plea, “Just pick somebody!” to others’ woeful sighs of pity, Heintz lived half her life wondering where she had gone wrong. After years of struggling to politely answer the question, she decided to procure the house, husband, and offspring everyone so desperately felt was the pathway to happiness. Purchasing a pair of second-hand mannequins, Heintz set about playing house to achieve the American Dream. From a Parisian holiday to Christmas cards of wildly escalating happiness, Life Once Removed is a sharp, witty critique on the archaic expectations of domestic bliss and fulfillment.
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Coming to Terms With Permanent Involuntary Childlessness: A Phenomenological Analysis of Bulletin Board Postings
In a dusty township thirty miles outside of Cape Town, South Africa, kids seem to be everywhere. Children play inside a large, wooden crate along the side of the road. Two boys chase each other nearby. Just up the street, inside a small, cement home, things are much quieter.
A young woman's option to freeze her eggs before she's ready to use them is becoming just another reproductive option for many Americans , . Much of that conversation, I'd assume, is happening among women in their 20s and 30s, the ones most affected.
I'm a child of the 60's, experiencing much of life through the lens of free choice and a longing for peace for every man, woman, and child. These simple values shaped my world and I've not moved too far from that philosophy as an adult.
Ten years on, the graph still shows a predominantly youthful population. However, two major events have affected the shape of the graph: First, World War I (1914-18). The male side of the graph between ages 20 and 40 has changed, representing the 723,000 British servicemen who lost their lives.
Jennifer Aniston has a fabulous career, a sexy fiancé and a stellar sense of humour. So who cares if she doesn't have kids? The actress proved she can take a joke while conducting an interview with activist Gloria Steinem on Monday (the day before her 45th birthday).