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To be single at this age is really difficult, because you know so much more about what you want and what you don't want and what you'll put up with and you've been there and done that so many times at this point. I feel in that area, romantically, retired."Kim also spoke candidly about her decision not to have children and revealed that she finds being referred to as "childless" offensive."It's the less that is offensive - childless - it sounds like you're less because you haven't had a child," she said."I think for a lot of women from my generation it wasn't a conscious choice.
It was a feeling of: 'Well, I'm on this road and things are going really well, I'm really happy, I'll do it next year, I'll do it two years, I'll do it in five years.'"And then suddenly you're in your early 40s and you think: 'Maybe now?
' And you go to your doctor and she says: 'Yes we can do this but you have to start to become a bit of a science experiment here because we have to find out how you can stay pregnant.'"And I just thought: 'I don't know if I want it that much.'"But the Golden Globe winner said that despite not having an offspring of her own, she still feels like a mother."I am not a biological parent, but I am a parent," Kim said.