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Sarah's Secret

Once upon a time, there was a young woman named Sarah. She had been married to her husband, Jack, for five blissful years, and they had built a life together filled with love, laughter, and adventure. However, Sarah had been harboring a secret fear that threatened to tear apart the happiness they had created. She was hesitant to ask Jack if he wanted children because she was worried that his answer would not be what she hoped for.

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Sarah was plagued by anxiety, unsure of how to approach such an important topic with her husband. She was afraid that their life as they knew it would change forever if they decided to have children, and she was equally afraid of the prospect of not having children and regretting it later in life. Despite her reservations, Sarah knew that she needed to find a way to bring up the subject with Jack.

One day, Sarah stumbled upon a card game with questions at a local bookstore. The game consisted of various questions on different topics, but there was one question that stood out to her: "Do you want children?" Sarah felt that this was the perfect way to broach the topic with Jack, and she immediately purchased the game.

That evening, Sarah and Jack sat down to play the card game, each taking turns answering questions from the deck. As they played, the tension in the room grew thicker and thicker, until finally, Sarah drew the fateful card with the question about children. She took a deep breath and asked Jack, her voice trembling with anxiety.

Jack looked at her with a soft expression, and a smile lit up his face. He took her hand in his and asked, "Do you want children, Sarah?" Sarah looked back into his eyes, and she could see the love and support shining in them. She took a deep breath and answered, "No". In that moment, the weight of Sarah's fear lifted, and she felt a rush of relief. Jack stood up, took Sarah in his arms, and twirled her around in a joyful embrace. They hugged and kissed, tears of happiness streaming down their faces. They were on the same page, and they were both filled with a deep sense of peace and contentment.

From that day forward, Sarah and Jack happily moved forward, confident in their love and in their decision not to have children. They continued to build a life filled with laughter, adventure, and endless love. They never regretted their choice and were grateful for the love and understanding they shared.

The end.


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