Redefining Childfree and Single
Let’s break the stereotype that childfree women, whether by circumstance or choice, do not like or are not comfortable around children. For example, I enjoy spending time with the children of my friends and relatives! We have fun, laugh, and even strike poses for photos.
No, I don’t get emotional for not having my own kids. Maybe once upon a time, I used to let it wear me down because I thought that I needed to have children to live a fulfilling life. Then I realized that, like many things in life, kids are not the only answer to all of life’s meaning.
There is not a “one size fits all” approach to life. Be proud of your journey. I believe there are as many scripts as there are people in this world, and we are all capable of rewriting our scripts as we grow,change, adapt, and learn.
It used to be a burden on my shoulders that I missed the opportunity to get married at a young age, have children, and spend the rest of my life with a loving family. However, through the wisdom of other great mentors like Dr. Joe Dispenza and Bruce Lipton, I was able to get through that mental block and follow the path I was meant to live.
Now, I enjoy travelling, experiencing different cultures, and cultivating newfound creativity as I strive to pursue my life’s journey as it is meant to be. Now, when I see all the laughing kids and parents around me, I laugh with them too because children are not the enemy! This is all because I took the steps to change my life after my trials with endometriosis.
That said, if you’re thinking about taking a sabbatical, moving somewhere else, or just changing your scenery and reality for a while – do it! We only ever move forward, never backward, so the best time to improve yourself will always be now. Don’t let the hardships of physical issues stop you from living the life you are meant to live.
If I had never come across the teachings of my mentors, my life may have been very different than it is now. In this alternate future, I could still be beaten down by things I have no control over. I could be stuck in a place that gives me no joy, or I could be clinging to the fantasy of a nuclear family and harbouring negativity toward those who have it.
Instead, I am here, I am happy, and I want to help other childfree women find the journey they should be on. If you would like some one-on-one guidance, I offer relocation and redefinition consultations to help you get started on your new journey.
Feel free to browse my website, take a look at my services, and contact me if you have any questions.