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Having children is instinctual — one of life's chief purposes is propagation. Having children caries the promise of legacy — it allows part of you to live on beyond your years. Having children is a cultural/religious command — my religion (Roman Catholicism) forbids birth control and actively advocates for large families. There are a number of ...


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The reason for wanting to have children (in those who choose to have children) probably varies quite a bit by individual. In some cultures, particularly in the developing world, children are seen as something of an insurance policy for old age. In some other cultures, a person might be seen as a failure for not having children. In still other cultures, there ...



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