No Way Baby!: Exploring, Understanding, and Defending the Decision NOT to Have Children

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  • Title: No Way Baby!: Exploring, Understanding, and Defending the Decision NOT to Have Children
  • Author: Karen Foster
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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No Way Baby!: Exploring, Understanding, and Defending the Decision NOT to Have Children

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  1. Finally a beautiful voice for CHILDFREES This has been the best book I have read this year Karen explains how parenting is a CHOICE and not an obligation She makes us feel understood and that here is a place for us in this baby crazed world This book had done so very much for me.


  2. InformativeI liked this book because it approached the subject from different angles and addressed possible problems people might face whether they choose or not to have children I would liked this book even if it approached the subject in depth from even philosophical, spiritual and psychological position.I would recommend it to those who value their life and others life as well.


  3. No Way Baby is an informative read for individuals who wish to remain childfree Basically, anyone who has made the conscious decision not to have a child Foster makes it a point to distinguish this group from the childless There is a growing number of people who are choosing not to have a family in the traditional sense individuals who do not feel the need to have their own kids They may love their nieces and nephews or their friends children, but that need to have their own does not exist Some [...]


  4. Well I don t know The book says a lot of stuff I agree with, but it also veers wildly off into areas that barely relate to the main topic This left me feeling like I d just read a Michael Moore book The author goes out of her way to make some stuff way political than it needed to be even though I agree with her on most points I ll give her a lot of credit for being mostly balanced in a lot of her views stances This was definitely not an anti parent or anti baby book However, it did often slide [...]


  5. I was not expecting this book to be so informative A mix of facts and anecdotes from the childfree, No Way, Baby breaks down the fantasy world that most Americans subscribe to when contemplating parenthood The author is great because she speaks to all adults parents, the childfree, parents of the childfree and it s nice because she isn t accusing anyone of making the wrong decision Her purpose is to promote love and understanding between all chosen paths of life chosen because to parent or not i [...]


  6. This book was fantastic in that it gave me a lot arguments than I previously had when I let people know I plan on remaining childfree Also it gave a lot in depth information that solidified my decision I am extremely left wing politically, so a lot in this book spoke to me However I don t recommend this for right wing or non political childfrees.


  7. This is the first book I read about being childfree I browsed a few others and selected Foster s because I like her writing style, which is well crafted and easy to read Although I was surprised that this book is so political, No Way Baby changed my attitude about being childfree from apologetic to proud


  8. Although very centred around America, there s some really interesting view points explored that are relevant to someone living in the U.K as well I thought this was a really interesting read, it was not anti children but pro choice about whether you want to have children.