Our expert says:
Anne makes so much sense. If you really want to have a child of your own, it doesn't really make sense to have started, let alone to continue, in a firm relationship with someone who is adamant that they do NOT want to have a child.
Tricking someone into impregnating you is a really low trick. He is being honest in telling you how he feels - not sneaky in trying to trick him. I suspect he could ( and certainly he should ) have a basis for legal action against you if you forced him to impregnate you without him agreeing or knowing this was happening.
And think about the real difference between genuine NEEDS and wants. You WANT to bear a child ( you already have a child, his, to enjoy most aspects of parenting a pleasant young child ). You see him as selfish for not wanting to create another child. Is it possible there is some selfishness in your wish to bear a child, without being certain this would be in the very best interests of that child ?
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