Families of Two by Laura Carroll
Interviews With Happily Married Couples Without Children by Choice

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According to American Demographics magazine, by the year 2010 the number of married couples without children is expected to increase by nearly 50%, to nearly 31 million. The non-profit organization, Childless By Choice, reports that one in seven married couples in the United States is consciously deciding not to have children. For more married couples than ever before, their life plan together does not include raising a family.Yet, as these numbers grow, in many ways society continues to frown on the choice not to have children. Although more couples are making this decision, they often feel misunderstood, and face societal misperceptions about themselves, their marriage, and their choice not to have children.Through candid interviews and photographs, Families of Two: Interviews with Happily Married Couples Without Children by Choice takes us into the lives of happily married couples without children by choice. It dispels the myths often associated with this choice, helps couples who are deciding whether to have children, and offers insight to friends and family of couples who have chosen or may choose not to have children. Families of Two expands our ways of understanding marriage in today’s society, and gives examples of roadmaps for marriage without children. Families of Two celebrates the many people who are living lives that do not include parenthood, and the many ways to live happily ever after.

About Laura Carroll

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Her previous works include Finding Fulfillment From the Inside Out: How to Unravel the Real You and Discover Your Purpose in Life. She and her husband live in Oregon.
Published September 21, 2000 by Xlibris Corporation. 204 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Political & Social Sciences, Parenting & Relationships, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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When author Laura Carroll began searching for books on childfree marriage, she found few that even mentioned married couples that chose not to be parents.

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