Self doubt is a hard thing to shake and we can all be our own worst critics. Life can be full of many reasons to doubt our worth, but despite our own judgements on our childlessness, “we are all worthy”. Have you found your worth or do you see it in someone else who is childless not by choice?
Saturday 21 September: 8pm Sydney time (11am London time)
Join in our 1st online fireside chat for a casual meet and greet, and cup of tea. You'll have a chance to meet other CNBC folk as well as qualified practitioners who themselves are CNBC and trained to support people going through what you're going through.
The comment “as a parent I have empathy” has become increasingly popular in politics and social media despite the fact it holds no substance. We can explore why this comment is hurtful, why it is a false statement and how we have empathy regardless of not having children.
The written word can be strong but sometimes a single image can express a thousand emotions. Today we explore all forms of art and you don’t need to be a professional to participate. If you are a photographer, poet, painter, sculptor, actor, dancer, musician or creative in any way this day is for you.
Jody Day has made an extremely generous offer to World Childless Week and the childless community for the Gateway Women Reignite weekend happening on the 14-15th September 2019:
3 FREE scholarship places to childless women on low incomes.
Reducing the price to £295 and offering further concessions on request if needed.
Donating £50 of each paying participant’s fee to World Childless Week
Journalist Rachel Halliwell is working on an article for the women's section of the Daily Mail.
She has been inspired by a first person piece that was written by a woman in her 50s who is both childless and parentless talking about how out of step with her 'Sandwich Generation' peers she feels as they find themselves caring for children and ageing parents at the same time.