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Being Childfree with Sara Zeff Geber, PhD and member Marcia Drut-Davis
April 25, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Around 20 percent of female baby boomers never had kids, and that trend is relatively unique to the generation. Only around 10 percent of women in the previous generation were childfree.
Our April discussion will focus on positively overcoming myths of aging without kids or grandkids.
Sara Zeff Geber, PhD and Marcia Drut-Davis will offer why many may feel concerned about not having kids or grandkids as they age.
They will delight in offering diverse ways to nurture and feel nurtured which are equally heart-warming, fulfilling and comforting.
Join Sara, Marcia and other members to learn from their experiences and explorations.
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Marcia Drut-Davis is a “pioneer” in the childfree by choice movement. She is an activist for making the right choices that are not necessarily approved by society. She is never against parents loving their jobs as parents. She tries to stop the myths against those who can’t have, don’t want to have, or shouldn’t have children. As a septuagenarian, she can effectively speak on how lives can be nurtured and fulfilled as we age without children or grandkids. You can see her in, “To Kid or Not To Kid” on Amazon Prime. Her two books are “Confessions of a Childfree Woman” and “What? You Don’t Want Children”. Vitality Society member Dr. Duffy Spencer wrote the introduction.
Dr. Geber is the author of the 2018 book, Essential Retirement Planning for Solo Agers: A Retirement and Aging Roadmap for Single and Childless Adults, which was selected as a “best book on aging well” by the Wall Street Journal. With her speaking and writing, Sara has been raising awareness of Solo Agers for the past 10 years. She believes Solo Agers have unique needs in later life that warrant greater foresight and a more robust approach to planning.