I don't like children or babies

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DrinkstooMuch - 22-25 years old

Posted by DrinkstooMuch
on November 23rd, 2012 at 2:27 PM

I feel like a failure as a woman because I can't stand babies or children. They're loud, messy, and obnoxious. I never played with dolls as a child; I've been repulsed by them for as long as I can remember. Even when  I was a kid, I hated other children; All my friends were at least five years older than me, many twice my age. My mother never treated me like a kid; I've always been an equal in the house.

 Now that I'm an adult, and all my friends are having babies or are getting baby fever, I feel like an old hag. I don't even think I can have children; I wonder if this is part of it? Like a hormonal repulsion? I'm only 23 and I only get my period every two or three years and I have no clue. My GP wanted me to see a specialist but I don't have the money and I don't really care because I've never wanted kids. Who knows.

 I hate babies. I hate neighborhood kids. I hate going to my seven year old sister's school functions. I don't really do well with her either; I kinda just keep my distance whenever possible. Right now they're in the other room having a "fashion show" and I want to leave because their noise and giggling ****** me off.

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  1. Posted by An EP User on November 23rd, 2012 at 2:47 PM

    Plenty of people decide everyday that they aren't going to have a child. There is nothing wrong with you at all. In my own opinion @ 23 no one should, you should be figuring out who you are and what you want out of life. You have plenty of time to change your mind if you so chose, if not your own biological there's always adoption. I swore I never would and didn't until I was 34, everyone is different.

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