Last year we asked the community write about what it was like to live around the world in our 'Childless in the Community' day. Berenice from Walk In Our Shoes is one of our World Childless Week Champions and she wrote about about living in a city and how where she lives has influenced how she feels.
'If you live in a small place then you may find your childlessness becomes a subject of query. I live in a lovely street in a city. One of the delights of moving here was the sense of neighbourliness. At times of sadness we have joined together. When my neighbours have passed, we have joined the rest of our street in walking behind the hearse to the local church. Conversely, I can go to the end of street and become anonymous. This is a relief.'
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