Becoming custodians of youngsters can make us better custodians of our planet, with a power and to a degree to which nothing else compares.
With many of America’s densest urban areas losing families with kids, we must ask how we got here and why, even in booming economic times, people are simply finding it too difficult to raise families in cities.
In societies with too many childless adults, communities start to dissipate and people become disconnected from one another, their immediate surroundings, and even themselves.
The nature of the world is to be messed up. The question of whether to bring children into this messed up world is as old as the messed up world itself.
Many people spent so much time chasing their dreams and creating their bespoke lives that they forgot to have children. Now we’re feeling the loss.
For the umpteenth time: The hour glass of your fertility turns upside down at 30, and five years later it’s all but drained.
Don’t let the A.J. Delgados and Amanda Marcottes of the world scare more couples away from the best decision they will ever make: Raising children.
We should worry about this modern notion that bearing children needs to be preceded (and justified) by an exhaustive search for ‘adequate’ reasons.
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