You talked to your husband, your doctor, and your friends. And you decided that the time to have children passed. You have other ideas that may require all your time, all your energy and concentration of forces.
You do not need monthly excitement, you will not need to take pills, inject, insert or in any other way use contraceptives.
So, you decided that either you or your husband should put an end to the possibility of having children.
Suki Webster decided on this. Suki was the eldest in the house where every dollar was counted. She had five brothers and sisters, and she remembered well how her father, who had quite a decent income, constantly suffered, not knowing how to feed six children. “He somehow managed to do this,” she recalls. But, since there were many children, Sookie lacked three things that children really need: clothes, attention and love. However, by the age of 28, Suke caught up. She made a career and now had more exquisite outfits than most women see in her entire life, and a solid bank account. She rotated in a close circle of friends and colleagues, her husband Aron adored her.
The only thing that could disrupt the course of life that Sukee chose was a child. The child, considered Sookie, would require care and expenses and, in addition, would deprive her of the opportunity to travel as much as she wanted. Suki didn’t want this to happen, she didn’t want a monthly unrest, so she asked her doctor to bandage her fallopian tubes. After 14 years, she said that not a single split second regretted it.
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