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Monday, 28 November 2016
I recently read an article, published in the Metro that lays out all the reasons to STOP asking couple when they are going to have children. http://metro.co.uk/2016/11/16/can-we-just-fing-stop-asking-couples-when-theyre-going-to-have-a-baby-6260332/
'There are a number of different reasons why posing this question casually is akin to walking on to an emotional minefield. Mines such as not actually wanting children, not being able to conceive or having marital problems, all of which hurt when stepped on.'
When I work with coaching clients facing intrusive questions and comments, we usually work on ways that clients can be clearer with their boundaries. Often thinking through a good and strong response can help. Being honest about how difficult and painful the question is can be a good strategy. You don't need to go into detail but a statement like 'This is actually a difficult topic for us and we would rather not discuss it.' can put an end to the questioning.