In Complete Without Kids, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Ellen L. Walker examines the often-ignored question of what it means to be childfree, by choice or by circumstance, in a family-focused society. As a woman who is childfree by choice, Walker draws upon her personal experience while also offering the reader numerous interviews with other childfree adults, revealing behind-the-scenes factors that influenced their personal journeys.
Two Is Enough: A Couple's Guide to Living Childless by Choice
My very favorite book on childfreedom, I just adore Laura Scott! This truly is a guidebook for anyone that is 1) childfree 2) entertaining the idea of being childfree 3) has a childfree person or couple in their life.
This is a great book for those of you who are, plan to be or have been mom's and even dads. It helps bring perspective in a different way. Not a "how to" book. I believe it was the best book about parenting I have ever read...
Being Fruitful Without Multiplying by Patricia Yvette, Renee Ann and Janice Lynne: Childfree, childless ... these are the labels society gives to women who do not bear children, due to choice or genetics. Being Fruitful without Multiplying started as one woman's quest to come to terms with her decision not to bear children and includes stories from around the globe.
I'm intrigued. " This nimble assessment of how motherhood has been shaped by out-of-date mores is not about whether women should have children or not, or about whether once they have kids mothers should work or stay at home. It is about how no matter what they do or how hard they try, women will never achieve the promised nirvana of idealized mothering. A must-read for every woman."
Things You Should Never Say to a Woman Who Doesn't Want Kids