Unfulfilled desire to have children
Almost every tenth couple in Germany is involuntarily childless!
Childlessness is no longer a foreign concept. The reasons are many. Although more children are being born again, there are many women and men who are involuntarily childless. A study by the DELTA Institute for Social and Ecological Research from 2020 shows that almost every tenth person in Germany is involuntarily childless.
Childlessness is no longer a fate!
However, due to modern possibilities, childlessness is no longer a fate. Society has also changed. The pressure and expectations of society have increased and influence the personal desire to have children.
What questions do we ask ourselves about the issue of involuntary childlessness?
- What is the childlessness that everyone talks about?
- What are the psychological effects associated with involuntary childlessness?
- How does societal pressure affect one's own desire to have children?
- Does the desire to have children fit in with one's own philosophy of life?
- How can involuntary childlessness be diagnosed?
- How does the desire to have children compare for women and men?
- What options are there for coming to terms with one's own desire to have children?
Partner4Baby has dealt with all these questions in this area.
In addition, in this section you will find experiences and tips on how to deal with the departure from the desire to have children.