Friends Say Couple Can’t Be Busy if They Don’t Have Kids
Yes, people who are parents tend to have all kinds of condescending assumptions about the childless or childfree.
Parents do tend to assume that those without children have buttloads of free time where all they do is sit around sipping margaritas or twiddling their thumbs, or, some of them assume that your life lacks true meaning or depth unless and until you have kids.
Here is another example (for those of you parents who do NOT make these snotty assumptions about your childless or childfree friends, thank you).
Friends say couple can’t be busy if they don’t have kids
Dear Carolyn: I am a childless woman. My husband and I work hard, and we like the way things are in our life.
So how do I respond when my friends say, “You can’t be that busy, you don’t have kids”? I am on call 24 hours per day, seven days a week, and my husband works mid-shifts so we are quite busy.
We also run a small business from our home, and have pets and other hobbies.
I am stunned when I hear this and always feel like I am being excluded on purpose.
Do I just let these friends go or what?
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(Link): Childless Couple Who Donates to Childrens Charities Lambasted by Snotty Adult Sister for Not Showering Her Kids with Christmas Presents – Parents Who Discriminate Against the Childless
(Link): Mothers Who Steal Handicapped Parking Spots from Disabled Woman and Act Rude When Confronted – Motherhood does not make women more loving, nurturing, godly, or mature
(Link): Why all the articles about being Child Free? On Being Childfree or Childless – as a Conservative / Right Wing / Christian