#9263741, By silentbob Childlessness

  • silentbob 2 Jan 2013 12:32:36 28,919 posts
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    Psychotext wrote:
    Sure, but I think for me that would be another line I just couldn't cross. I appreciate that life is about compromises, but then I also think that some things you shouldn't compromise on.

    We're pretty entitled as a general rule though, and I don't think people would like arbitrarily being told that they should spend a certain amount of time with their kids or not have them. ;)
    Any decision is based on current circumstances (and any short term outlook). You can never predict what might happen.

    To take your argument to it's extreme, if your financial circumstances did change, would you feel duty bound to give your kid up? An inflammatory question I realise, but I'm interested in the response.

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