Anguish, hopelessness, uncertainty and frustration. These were some of the common feelings that José Y Tanía had to face, wanting to have a child and found serious difficulties in conceiving it. That desire to be a father or mother, on many occasions, could be genuine, but rather a consequence of certain social pressures, of which they were not always aware. There were strange thoughts of the type "after a certain time married, or approaching a certain age, 'it's time' to have a child." On other occasions, it was their own family environment or friends that put pressure on them: parents who insisted on being grandparents, or friends and co-workers who became pregnant. We are going to look for a pregnancy ', when, in fact, one of the two did not really want to have a baby. "
- Publication Date
- Jan 21, 2021
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- By (author): José Manuel Ferro Veiga