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That’s part of the reason why, I suppose, that we found each other. Working for other people made it hard to leave work when Benjamin was sick or to even leave right at to pick him up from school. Lots of juicy, humorous and/or scandelous escapades to tell… Your fans may be interested in “Sex and the Single Mom,”–my dating and relationship guide that came out last year from Ten Speed Press. And thanks for the words of wisdom around e-harmony, a site I like to call e-vil. Her father has never contacted or seen her since that date. Asking him to leave is the best decision I ever made. Take care, Trey Ellis Reply Hi, Thanks for featuring us on your blog. this is just what I wanted to say–as my one word becomes its usual page–that it seems like you are very focused on being single. For example, I do not see any guy statements on this page, but instead all single-mom comments. just…not what we want at times–despite the upsides of it, as well–but by focusing so much on it, by speaking and blogging and picturing single single single… single single single…well, not that there is an ultimate right way to date for all people everywhere, but I think that one of the best ways to really get someone you like is being around that person habitually. not just the fact that I’m a single mother but the fact that I’m a single woman. I love being single and will likely stay single because I love it so much. You seem to give off a really positive energy, as personalities go…! Motherhood Values perverted, shattered dirty shame Wall Street whores in 3 piece suits Capital porno are fame Celebrating brutes GDP- surgical name Smiles at misogyny disturbed mocking Trading in flesh a free-market game Charming as stalking Creating, nurturing, unrequited love Unworthy of fraudulent Enron stock Crucify laugh degrade a gentle dove Glorification of cock Devoted dove devotes Emotes Real connection Tender direction Revolt over 0 crude Media shape the mood Universal day care ignore Motherhood a bore Cry Fry Sweep Leap Motherhood is the female Societal disdain Capitalism utterly stale We can’t hide a bloody stain Motivate Oikologist Teacher Healer Extraordinary Responsibilities Reply I can’t say how much I love your blog.
Love is really only possible if you love yourself first. if you’re lucky, you’ll meet someone who compliments you – completes you. But in all seriousness I believe that despite the trials and tribulations and Jerry Springer-esqe moments we all go through, single moms are definitely some of the strongest and best people on earth! Cheers, Sharon Reply Just stumbled on your blog and will check back often. I love your writing and am trying to get in touch with you directly. )People who really care in that they might be looking for you as an opportunity, will analyze you enough to figure out why you are here, why you have so much information about yourself up… People will realize that you are single when you do not mention your husband’s name. not just you, but also with friends and being active! And part of our conditioned mind says that happy people are this with people. In this, its like you are relating not to men ( as I would think is at some point your natural intent ) but instead to people who are in the same life as you. [ one of the best ways–which says that of course it is not the only way ]I feel like, if I met you in real life… And that you record your life like this, is really great! I’ve been looking for at least somebody to relate to regarding single parenthood! Like most of us, I’m sometimes torn between achieving super-mom stardom and wanting a life for myself (if only just a little).
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I feel that your blog is a way of saying: "hey, look at me! " Now, I don't want to be cruel, but you should know that your child will have less options than a lot of others. I'm not sure you are aware of the gravity of your situation. What…if a child has no Dad ,they can’t have a great life? My ex drank a large carton of juice at a sitting, and never did any shopping let alone contributing finacncially, so I gave up buying it. The hardest thing about being a single parent is feeling lonely and having low or what felt like no self-esteem.
After marriage counseling, much soul ringing and yet another really nasty fight I decided it would be better to raise my four month old son alone than in that environment. 🙂 I hope my single friends would read your blog so that they’d see that being a single mom isn’t bad and it isn’t about finding someone but being happy in your own situation. I’m a product of a single mother…and I don’t think single mother’s get half as much credit as they should…so, just wanted to say, that no matter how hard it is right now, one day you’re kids will thank you and will appreciate how hard you work to raise them…I know I did! One of my fears of being a single mom is that my son will grow to hate me because i left his father. When I was dating as a young woman, I did look at men and wonder if they would make good fathers. She said, “Oh Teri, that’s all well and good, but at some point, the kids move away and you have to be sure that you have someone you have a real relationship with.” This was good advice.
So I packed up my things and left my husband, my career and my friends to move in with my mother and become a single mother. Of course I know that when he is with his father he gets free run of everything. I think it’s great that you have this outlet and you get some helpful input, as well. Strangely, though, even though I met and married a man who is a good man and was basically a good father, after eighteen years of marriage, I left him.
And, even though being a single mom is by far the most challenging circumstance anyone can imagine – I’d never want it any other way, and he’s the reason why. I did not mean to sound so assertive as an observer, nor like a rambling blabber-mouth. I am the single mother of a two year old little girl, and our stories are very similar.
I’m a single mom but I’m also a single woman, a writer, a novice photographer and a blogger. Please help Reply Thank you all for your votes of confidence…makes my day, every day to know that there are so many of us out there…enjoying and making the best of our single parent adventures. I thought you were a man…but then though you signed, Rachel. I was just surprised because I had an impression of your having built up a pretty deep avatar about being single. But the real reason why I stopped to say hello is that maybe you would be interested in some entertainment. I just published a book called, Guy Talk, Girl Talk by Sal Marino. I am new to the blogosphere, and I am finding strength and solidarity with my other fellow single mamas!