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Is a woman’s life pointless without children?
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Posted 2/11/13

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Geez. This is one of the many reasons why I homeschool my kids, so they can be kids and not be pressured to be mini adults. At that age all you should be thinking about are all the toys you want, not having kids.


You think? 12 is an age where lots of kids are going through puberty, with the crazy hormones and emotional changes its not unreasonable to expect them to be curious about their own bodies, sex, children etc. Atleast, I seem to remember thinking about that kind of stuff when I was 12-ish


At 12 I was thinking about making money (babysitting) to buy candy, junk food & music.... and I still played with toys.....but that was back in 1983.


Well I did that too, I spent pretty much all my time thinking about how to save up for a really nice cricket bat and such, but I'm not going to pretend I wasn't curious about wtf was happening to me. Peaking at other people when your getting changed for sport, first crushes, bizarre thoughts that come from nowhere. It's all totally natural during puberty, and I would say the worst thing we can do as adults is make those kids feel like their thoughts or emotions are wrong
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Whoever thinks not having children makes your life pointless is silly. I know people who are living perfectly fine without children or without being married even. It's not pointless. Sure they'll say it's boring and all, especially when you're much older, but they still say they enjoyed not having the ties.

Also, anyone who takes having children as a NEGATIVE is silly. Honestly, I want to have children some day. Sure, I'm scared shit less of not being good for them, especially since I have some shitty parents (and no that's not some "o i h8 my parents wah wah" shit. I love my dad, but he wasn't very good), but I know I want to try and at least make my children happy I was there.

So, neither idea is silly. It just depends on the person.
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It is more than the word responsibility can handle. I thought about that myself. When I find someone to be together what would I do?
I said for years ago. ''I am not the type to marry'', ''I don't want childrens'', ''I only want to spend my life with her''.
If I marry I would set limits to myself right? If I get childrens I get lesser time with my dear one. Ugh, by thinking about it makes conflicts in my heart. I heard about how nice it must be to have a children too. If it works those couples might bond themselves even more. It is just feelings I cannot understand but I can imagine it somehow. For now I just don't wanna space too far in my past or future it just makes me sad and lonely. I want to do the best out of things right now. I live right now typing on my keaboard on this computer on CR. Yesterday has become memories that I want to keep. It isn't pointless without children. Depends on the situation and such. My father and mother both had lots of troubles so that's why they could not raise me properly. I am not mad at them in anyway. My dad is gone anyway and my mom needs my company. If they did not meet in 1987 I would never been born and that I don't even wanna talk about. I treasure my life regardless my past because I come this far. They have my thanks.

''We did not choose to come to this world but we can choose what we want to be''
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Posted 2/11/13 , edited 2/11/13

mipegg wrote:


PhyongHwa wrote:


mipegg wrote:


PhyongHwa wrote:



Geez. This is one of the many reasons why I homeschool my kids, so they can be kids and not be pressured to be mini adults. At that age all you should be thinking about are all the toys you want, not having kids.


You think? 12 is an age where lots of kids are going through puberty, with the crazy hormones and emotional changes its not unreasonable to expect them to be curious about their own bodies, sex, children etc. Atleast, I seem to remember thinking about that kind of stuff when I was 12-ish


At 12 I was thinking about making money (babysitting) to buy candy, junk food & music.... and I still played with toys.....but that was back in 1983.


Well I did that too, I spent pretty much all my time thinking about how to save up for a really nice cricket bat and such, but I'm not going to pretend I wasn't curious about wtf was happening to me. Peaking at other people when your getting changed for sport, first crushes, bizarre thoughts that come from nowhere. It's all totally natural during puberty, and I would say the worst thing we can do as adults is make those kids feel like their thoughts or emotions are wrong


I didn't have any of those thoughts until high school. It probably varies from person to person, generation to generation, and culture to culture. I would say that the worst thing that an adult could do is not teach a child right from wrong.......that's how society today has gotten so violent & immoral.
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That's a loss when you get 15 and never even thought about it or tried it. Happened to me. No wonder people are getting depressed.
No one told me about exploring yourself and such. At that time it didn't even cross my mind doing it on myself. I was too straigthforward.
Just wanted to try it with someone. The thoughts did not drive much from there as I saw no other way of doing it. An overload of hyperactivity and depression triggered a mental outbreak I believe have most natural causes. Simply put in one sentence as
''A troubled life without any will to live'' This and lack of sleep throughout you childhood, youth and adult might trigger severe consequences.

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You don't have to raise children, you don't have to get married, you don't have to get an education, and you don't even have to get a job. Being happy with mediocrity is certainly possible.

It's just a question of what achievements you're willing to work for in your lifetime. Most of society will merely advise us to make use of our lives to get educated, get productive, marry a good man or woman, and raise good children. A list of simple achievements to consider if we find ourselves wanting to be challenged in our life.
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There are nothing you must in this world. It is more like what you want based upon you and the situation. You choose to be alone, then so be it. You choose be with friends, so be it. You choose to become rich, then so be it. You choose to acquire ''perfect power'' so be it.


I just want some peace and quiet and leave this world without any regrets
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There's no problem being a surrogate if you choose to not have children, right?
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For all you girls out there not planning on having any children, I strongly suggest you never listen to any Barry White or Marvin Gaye... thats pure baby-makin music right there, you might not be able to resist it, I know I can't...
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For all you girls out there not planning on having any children, I strongly suggest you never listen to any Barry White or Marvin Gaye... thats pure baby-makin music right there, you might not be able to resist it, I know I can't...


How can they get pregnant from listening to music?
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No.


lordseth23 wrote:


thekevin4 wrote:

For all you girls out there not planning on having any children, I strongly suggest you never listen to any Barry White or Marvin Gaye... thats pure baby-makin music right there, you might not be able to resist it, I know I can't...


How can they get pregnant from listening to music?


They orgasm from the intensity of the music and out pops a baby. It's all about logistics.
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^truth^
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They orgasm from the intensity of the music and out pops a baby. It's all about logistics.


How does this occur?
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lordseth23 wrote:


Shrapnel893 wrote:


They orgasm from the intensity of the music and out pops a baby. It's all about logistics.


How does this occur?


They put whatever is making the music underneath them to act as a vibrator, the player turned vibrator gives them the male gene to reproduce through intense sound waves and that is how babies are born.


DualSelf wrote:

I was listening to some really nice, pleasurable, music and five minutes later it happened.

Ikuuuuuuuuuuu~~~~~!!!!!


Like that.


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