It may not be as common as having kids or getting married, but it can be a tough one.
With all the changes in the world, it can feel like the world has gotten much easier to be childfree.
That’s especially true if you live in the U.S. where the average age of first birth is 28 years old.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), just 11 percent of U.K. women under 30 have had babies, compared to 30 percent of women in the European Union.
The American experience is different.
The U.M. and U.N. have programs that aim to help people avoid childbearing.
The International Monetary Fund says one in five women in sub-Saharan Africa are childless, compared with one in six in the United States.
In the U., the rate is one in two, according to the Pew Research Center.
And for a lot of people, childfree status is not a status that’s easily achieved.
The best way to know if you’re childfree is to talk to your doctor.
The CDC’s childfree section can help.
Here are the five main questions to ask when trying to figure out if you are a childfree person.
Do you like to have kids?
Some parents say they like to be parents.
Others are parents only because they want to have a family.
Either way, being a parent doesn’t mean you’re not a childless person.
In fact, you can be both.
There are still ways to enjoy your time with kids, but there are also certain behaviors that make being a child-free parent less appealing than being a full-time parent.
For example, many people are hesitant to let go of their children.
That means it can take a while to break free.
If you’re one of those people, try to get out of your house as soon as possible.
Most people would be okay if you stopped having kids, said Dr. Katherine Anderson, a family doctor in the emergency department at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
“I think it’s going to take a lot longer to let it go,” Anderson said.
But it can still be possible to make that happen.
“People tend to want to give up when they have children,” she said.
“And they’re not alone in that.”
Are you an active member of the parenting community?
If you are, chances are you’re a mom, too.
While the CDC doesn’t track the prevalence of childfree people in the population, researchers have found that the number of active parents is higher than the number who are childfree in general.
So, if you have a few children, you may be more likely to be considered a child free parent.
Anderson also found that while the number is not as high as the number that aren’t, it’s still higher than people who aren’t childfree at all.
You can also be a child positive person if you don’t have children yourself.
Being childfree means you don: don’t like to take care of children