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Working moms: Questions, letters,venting and pleas for help from CyberParent readers.

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To whom it may concern I am now 35 years old. We have been married for 11 years but myhusband does not want children. For years he has been making excuses, too busy, not enoughmoney, etc. I stopped taking birth control pills for 5 years. I can’t get my husband to gofor testing to see why I can’t get pregnant. I am trying to find a support group inWestchester County, N.Y. How can I locate such a group. Thanks. Nancy

Answer: Is it possible that your husband knows he can not havechildren or has even had surgery before your marriage or without your knowledge? LH

Working moms…

First you must choose a job that you like. If it is a drudgery to get up everymorning to go to work it could add additional stress to your life. Plus the fact that ifyou have to take children to a sitter only combines the stress. (good sitters are hard tofind these days) Think it over for some time before you commit to a job outside the homewith preschool children.SHE

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