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What does CBC stand for?
CBC stands for Childless By Choice
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- Chesapeake Bay Commission
- Chesapeake Bristol Club (Chesapeake Bay)
- Chesterfield Baseball Club
- Chesterfield Borough Council (UK)
- Chestnut Brass Company (est. 1977)
- Chicago Book Clinic
- Chicago Building Congress
- Chico Busca Chica
- Child Bereavement Charity (UK)
- Childfree By Choice
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clare Murphy, head of public policy at the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, said: "Some couples are childless by choice and don't feel they need children for a fulfilled life.
com TWO IS ENOUGH: A COUPLE'S GUIDE TO LIVING CHILDLESS BY CHOICE explores common assumptions surrounding parenthood and why many are not opting in.
I used to pretend it didn't matter and most people thought me childless by choice.
However, Cannold's analysis points out that childless by choice advocates are not the only reason we know so little about the circumstantially childless.
Childless women were best understood as those who were Childless by Choice and those who were Childless by Circumstance.
Those who adopted children may have somewhat different feelings of grief, relief or regret about menopause from women who remain childless by choice.
The most prominent of these arguments--that marriage is defined by its procreative nature--is belied by the fact that heterosexual spouses who are infertile or childless by choice have the same legal rights as married couples with children.