Do you really think that you can paint all women with that same brush?
Instead, it's assumed we just don't understand that our fertility has a limited lifespan and we are simply being reckless with chance.
He was a saint really, kind hearted, wanted to get married to me and have 4 or so kids.
I cheated on him before my 18th bday and he then found out and threw me out.
Yes, there's still hope I'll meet a man who has the desire to have a baby with me and will be prepared to be with me through the treatments I may need to make that happen. I cautiously hold onto the hope that I may still have a chance to hold my baby in my arms -- and that I am still attractive to men who want children too. I am one of the 18 percent of American women between the ages of 40 and 44 who are childless.
Pew Research reports that half of this group has chosen that fate; they are childfree by choice.