Love Filled & Guilt Free

If you’re childfree, why did you decide not to have kids?

We all have our own reasons. As a sociologist who has studied the childfree for many years, Amy knows that one of the most common reasons childfree couples give is that they value their relationship as a couple. They prefer to nurture their connection with one another and they know that having kids could mean giving less – less time, less energy, less focus, less interest – to each other.

But epic relationships don’t just happen, even if you’ve structured your life to make them possible. As a couple with over 20 years of marriage under our belts, we know that true partnerships, whether you’ve got kids or not, take work. A constant work-in-progress ourselves, we wanted to share how we work to make our childfree relationship epic.

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We’ve collaborated with couples therapist and relationship coach Robyn D’Angelo to do just that. Robyn teaches couples & individuals the SKILLS necessary to create loving, fun and long lasting relationships within a childfree lifestyle. Being in a solid relationship takes skills that can be learned … just like learning to ride a bike or drive a car. Unfortunately, many of us weren’t taught how to advocate for what we want and need within relationships – especially in a world that says we must have children to live a fulfilling life. This is what she teaches people!

Robyn has invited us to speak as experts at the Creating Epic Relationships for Wildly Successful, Childfree Couples online summit! She is the host of the summit and is known as The Happy Couple Expert.  She’s gathered over 20 experts from around the globe who are going to help you discover the real reasons why conflict can feel so impossible at times and what to do about it, how to create financial freedom and enjoy TODAY without breaking the bank, and how to get deep, lasting intimacy back in your relationship.

Sign up here for your FREE seat to the summit!

See you there!

Amy & Lance

One Response to Love Filled & Guilt Free

  1. Clara August 22, 2016 at 2:27 pm #

    Hi, I’m Clara, I’m Italian and in a Catholic country is not easy to be married without children. I married in 1980 and we I din’t want to have children. Actually my Iranian husband left me free to decide and I didn’t want to. We are still together and happy. When asked I usually pretend sadness telling “no, alas! We had not children:” I know most people won’t understand. And I had enough unpleasant looks, “faces” and silly sentences kinda: “at least have one child!” or – worse – “you can’t call yourselves a family”.
    Anyway, I’m not alone: Italians don’t reproduce much! And here too being child-free is now looking for a new social dignity. There is an Italian doc to see: “Women but not mothers: ‘Lunàdigas'” the webdoc about choosing not to have children.
    With love.
    Clara

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