Diary of a Platonic Co-Parent
One Man's Search For an Alternative Family
Are you getting older and still want to have children? Has the traditional nuclear family set up not worked out for you? Discover the benefits of raising a child with a non-romantic partner in this unique memoir on platonic co-parenting.
Platonic co-parenting, also known as intentional or elective co-parenting, refers to the arrangement in which two or more individuals, who are not romantically involved, raise a child together. Platonic co-parenting can provide a child with a supportive and loving environment as an alternative to a traditional nuclear family or single parenting. It can also offer the co-parents the opportunity to share the responsibilities and joys of raising a child without the added complications of a romantic relationship.
Nick Farrow’s honest, touching and humorous memoir will show you how one man’s desire to have a child of his own led him to explore a whole new concept that would change his life forever. The book covers the key events from the twelve months leading up to the birth of his daughter in 2015 until the present day. Nick shares the obstacles and the successes, joy and tears for anyone interested in learning about, or even starting this journey for themselves.
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