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Childless

James H. Monach

Childless

No Choice

by James H. Monach

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Routledge in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • England,
  • Childlessness,
  • Infertility,
  • Psychological aspects

  • About the Edition

    Examines the causes of childlessness, the availability of choices for couples and at a time of rapidly developing treatments for infertility and new legislative controls, looks at the experiences and views of childless couples.

    Edition Notes

    Description based on print version record.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ616.M66 2003eb, HQ616.M66 1993
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Pagination1 online resource (285 p.)
    Number of Pages285
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25563513M
    ISBN 100203169093
    ISBN 109780203169094
    OCLC/WorldCa475875407

    CHILDLESS is a thought-provoking novel with a heavy message that on the one hand seems far-fetched, but on the other seems all too plausible. When you take a look back at how quickly society has twisted its views to a more “Godless” mentality, with less and less appreciation for the sanctity and value of human life, it paints a chilling. Childlessness is the state of not having essness may have personal, social or political significance. Childlessness, which may be by choice or circumstance, is distinguished from voluntary childlessness and being "childfree", which is voluntarily having no children, and from antinatalism, wherein childlessness is promoted.

    Adele Napier, consultant, educator, soul counsellor, and childless “Childless Living is a beautifully crafted and wisely written book addressing an ever-growing section of our society, which has traditionally been looked down upon as lacking. As the real-life examples based on rigorous research by the author show, life is notless for not.   Twenty-five years ago, I made the decision to marry the man I love. I was 23 when I packed up my life in Montreal and moved to New York City for him. I had yet to actually meet this man, but as I drove down the I to my new home, I was confident that I was headed exactly where I always expected to be: in love, married, and a mother. And on my first job interview in New York City, I even.

    Childless Dr James Dobson/Kurt Bruner In Childless, Dobson and Bruner have created a futuristic world based in the 's, which our world is frighteningly on its way towards emulating. Life has no significance or value in the future and people fall into two distinct categories, credits and debits, depending on how much of a financial contribution they are able to make to the economy. When a childless woman marries at age 35 or older, the CDC reports that these women have at least two children, surpassing the birthrate for all American women; the mean number of births to women.


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Childless: A Novel Paperback – April 1, Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. /5(61).

"Childless" picks up right where the first book in the series, "Fatherless", left off, and once again proves that Dobson and Bruner are able to produce action-packed and thought-provoking fiction. In some ways I found this to be a darker book than the/5.

In How to Be Childless: A History and Childless book of Life Without Children, Rachel Chrastil explores the long and fascinating history of childlessness, putting this often-overlooked legacy in conversation with the issues that childless women and men face in the Childless book century.4/5(1).

This heart-pounding adventure spanning forty years culminates in Childless, the third novel in Brian J. Gails American Tragedy in Trilogy. The reader is propelled from Manhattan boardrooms to European capitals to Middle East laboratories to Church chanceries and confessionals/5(32).

Childless: A Novel Kindle Edition by James Dobson (Author), Kurt Bruner (Author) Format: Kindle Edition out of 5 stars 61 ratings/5(61). This heart-pounding adventure spanning forty years culminates in Childless, the third novel in Brian J. Gail's "American Tragedy in Trilogy." The reader is propelled from Manhattan boardrooms to European capitals to Middle East laboratories to Church chanceries and confessionals/5.

This book is head and shoulders above any other "fix the problem" or memoir anthologies on childlessness, because it ventures where others dare not go.

Well-meaning books like the husband and wife-authored "Sweet Grapes" sugarcoat some of the ugly truths. Other books say "it's no use going over whose fault it is."/5(14).

An academic, Lorna’s book is a mixture of little known/heard stories of childlessness in some of the poorest places in the world (where childless women can be banished from their communities as witches or treated as slaves), to the painful exclusion and heartbreak.

Childless by Marriage In a society where parenting is expected, some of us do not have children because our partners are unable or unwilling to make babies. That's what this blog and my book, Childless by Marriage, are about. Let's talk about what it's really like. Childless: A Novel - eBook () by Dr.

James Dobson, Kurt Bruner5/5(3). There are a lot of books about being childless due to infertility and childfree by choice, but being childless due to your husband not wanting kids is a neglected area.

The only part that made me cringe and roll my eyes was the chapter about being a dog's mother - ugh/5. BOOK REVIEW: The Girlfriend Mom by Dani Alpert, Dani Alpert was childless by choice, but when she partnered with Julian, she became a de facto step-mom to his son and daughter.

She wasn’t married to their dad, but she was caring for these kids, so what was she really. Childless by Marriage In a society where parenting is expected, some of us do not have children because our partners are unable or unwilling to make babies.

That's what this blog and my book, Childless by Marriage, are about. Let's talk about what it's really like. Women who are childless by circumstance are still struggling for visibility when it comes to the reproductive stories we tell publicly.

In the new book Motherhood Missed: Stories From Women Who Are Childless by Circumstance, a collection of 32 personal essays, Lois Tonkin, a lecturer at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, hopes to give. If you are childless and struggling with that then this is an excellent book for you.

It will also lead you to Gateway Women – a support community of childless women. Childless A Novel (Book): Dobson, James C.: Everyone is nervous about how Judge Victor Santiago will rule. A common medical procedure has somehow created havoc across the legal and economic landscape. The president's popular Youth Initiative is losing momentum.

Political and economic fortunes are at stake. That's why someone, somewhere, would rather put the judge in his grave than risk a. "Childless" features the characters we came to love (or loathe) in the first book, while introducing some new characters as well. The authors do a good job at fleshing out the characters and giving them intriguing storylines that are woven together in a masterful manner.5/5(3).

Childless (Book): Dobson, James: "The second installment in the new trilogy from Dr. James Dobson and Kurt Bruner transports readers to a not-too-distant future when the young and healthy strain under the burden of a rapidly aging population"--Dust jacket flap.

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Whiny Wednesday: Pressure to be Amazing. April 8, 5 Comments. Septem Last month, Rachel Chrastil, Associate Dean and Professor of History released a new book entitled How to Be Childless: A History and Philosophy of Life without Children.

Her recent article in the Washington Post and conversation with Psychology Today brought light to the results of more than six years of research. During a conversation on the Think, Act, Be podcast. But the economic consequences of the childless city go deeper.

For example, the high cost of urban living may be discouraging some couples from having as many children as they’d prefer.I’ve just been given a recently published book- Childless Voices by Lorna Gibb for my birthday.

Along with Jodys fab book it’s so good to find other voices that mirror my own. Lorna’s book speaks of childless women across many cultures and across the world. Women are happier without children or a spouse, says happiness expert childless women have never had it so good, according to Paul Dolan’s research.

In this extract from his new book.