No to children? Anonymous 90636[Reply]
Aside from lack of partner/biological roadblocks, what are your reasons against having children?22 posts and 2 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.
I'll go first:
- The world is becoming progressively crueler
- Econonomics becoming harsher
- More and more people becoming depressed
- Constant fear of not being able to provide a child enough love/support
- Too much responsibility
- Too self-interested with passions/hobbies
>have baby>baby is girl>be bound to a moid who is probably going to end up neglecting you forever>forever>moid who barely views women as equivocal to him in terms of humanity now has to foster the life of one>ohno.jpg>moid who has had a warped perception of women his entire life ends up essentially madonna-whore complexing his own daughter>man struggles to empathize w bb>man feels detached & frustrated>man leaves you for a newer female model who isnt harnessing a lump of whining flesh, or alternatively makes you and bb subservient to him for the rest of your lives>have baby pt.2 >baby is boy>man feels like a king who just bestowed his offspring on god's green earth>like most men are, your bb boy will be psychologically hammered into a clone of his father>tits and vag so you're not a reasonable role-modelPost too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Live in a morally and economically broken shithole
>Moids here are childish, irresponsible, violent, misogynistic, dumb, ugly and drunk, impossible to entrust paternity to any of them
>The trashy and misogynistic culture causes mothers to be constantly disrespected and persecuted
>I worry about how a possible child might find work in the future
>Mental, physical and emotional problems
I've seen what it takes in being an amazing mother like my mom is, and I feel like I just don't have what it takes. I love my mom, she is my best friend, but she has so much willpower, strength, energy and unlimited patience that I lack. She gets up at 5 am, gets home at 7pm because she visits her parents every day, she makes lunch the night before or in the mornings, she does hard work in my grandparents garden, she's extremely capable. On top of that she reads books, has a social life, stays healthy by exercising and she still had time to talk with me and my sister growing up, and to raise us well.
I'm still on a maybe if I want to have kids or not, and I'd rather adopt if I ever were to have them. But first I'd make sure I'm financially really secure with enough free time to raise a child properly. On top of that, while my husband would make a great father, he loves his job a lot and while he can afford to work a lot and still have time for me specifically, if we had a child he would have to work less.
"I hate children" is a covert way to say "I hate myself"
Did you even read through the posts?