Responses

  • 4 months ago

    RE: parents pressure

    Whether or not you have children is between you and your husband - period!

    If you want children but your husband doesn't, then that is something that you and your husband need to talk about it. If you can't come to an acceptable decision between the two of you, then I would probably seek advice through counseling.

    BUT, whether or not your parents want you to have children is not, should not be up for debate. You have your own family now, and no longer have to do what your parents want. This is your (and your husbands) decision.

    Take care
    Debbie
      • 4 months ago
        Debbie is right. Husbands trump parents. Set up firmer boundaries between them and your personal family.
  • 3 months ago

    RE: parents pressure

    Who is going to be the one who has to raise the kid? Pay for college? Buy it food? Etc. If you and your husband are the answer to any of those questions, the decision should be between you and your husband.
  • 3 months ago

    RE: parents pressure

    It's up to you and you're husband but mainly you.
  • 3 months ago

    RE: parents pressure

    Never have children with someone who does not want them. A child should only be had by two people who equally want a him/her.
  • 2 months ago

    RE: parents pressure

    Tell your parents it is between you and your husband. Parent's should not be involved in their children's marriages. Parent's are not entitled to grandchildren. That is the biggest myth. It is the married couples choice hopefully discussed before marriage.