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I’ll let you decide what you think, but if you’re a total jerk there’s a good chance I’ll delete your comment – because the world has enough negative energy already. I really like it and wanted to tell you about my single-dad blog. Or, if you meet someone that says, “yeah, I have a single friend” — we’re quite conditioned to think that this friend is then looking to date. adore your new look…keep up the wonderful work of being and awesome inspiration! Reply I just stumbled across this blog and it is quite interesting.

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).

Love your honesty & agree with everything I’ve read so far. Can you send me an email with your contact information if you are interested.thanks Sherri Reply Thanks for leaving a comment on my new site and putting me on your blog roll – yay – you’re one of the first! Put more videos of yourself up, if you want to attract men. Imagine if you had come to someone’s blog that said…“”HEY………I AM IN-DEBT DEBBIE!!!! I hope something special comes of it for you, above and beyond its daily normalcy, that is! I have two great daughters, 10 months apart and my oldest just turned 3.

I’m sure that others will draw the positives from your life and not concentrate on the negatives of their life. Thank you for sharing your stories and giving a single mom something to smile about! Rather than stay in a marriage with a non-father, a man unable to actually be a father, it is – in my opinion- better for children to be raised solo by a loving mother. He shares the same views as the insightful ‘Ben’, and I know first hand how a child needs their father – but not when it ruins the child’s life by a parent’s own lack of sense, father or mother – in my case it was my husband. Thank you for your openness on this – I have tried to explain this concept to a friend (who is married to a helping husband) and I’m not quite sure she understood what I was saying.

That makes you a good example and we can’t have enough of those these days. The only word I would put in is that it seems like advertising yourself as a single mother is much more demanding as a statement than merely asserting your name and from there on talking or sharing accordingly. And I’d also like to invite you to spend one hour locked up in a room with my son’s father, that may change your mind. I realised I had a choice – I either let the kids walk the same path as their dad – he didn’t think he has a problem with his violence – towards me or the kids, or I could RESCUE my kids from a life of destruction and HURT. I have been on my own for 9 months now, and to be honest there has not been that much difference apart from feeling more in control of my life and doing a lot less laundry!! Had my first two children during my mid 20's and became a single mum in my early thirties.

What I would like to say to my younger single mum or dad counterparts is to believe in and have love for yourself as much as for your precious children, and to also be proud to be a single parent. You have made me feel welcome just because I can relate!

Im sorry, I shouldn't be scaring you with all this emotion! It is amazing the strength single parents have within them.

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.

Many women want a child because they want something to love. Again, I hope I haven't sounded callous, but 99% of the population would agree with me. Maybe juice and crunchy peanut butter go well together LOLReply Thanks for having a site like this. Thankfully through time and reading positive books I have overcome the low self-esteem factor and learned to value myself. Need to finish the bit of work I have laying on my desk and then I am nose first in your blog for the next couple of hours!

You serve as an inspiration for some and an enigma for others. I think this may turn more men off then it attracts. I am up late because I am trying to find additional income outlets.one can do but soo much online activities…and then I start looking up single mom outlets…and I stumbled on your site and have been wrapped in it for atleast 40 minutes…and most things give me instant ADD so this is a record. Reply Wow – 1st to somewhere above comment from ‘Ben Dover’ – well it is obvious what a narrow minded, judgmental person it takes to write such crap.

Either way, I just wanted to thank you for “putting yourself out there”. Obviously, we are going to find out if you have children, and I am not at all saying… In just 40 minutes reading your site made me feel I wasnt soo alone, I mean there are tons of “single parent” things online…but none nearly as entertaining and relate-able as yours! I’ll tell you the same thing I tell every man (always men by the way) who leaves comments like this on my site: I agree with you – children need fathers but when the father is absent by his own fruition that makes it quite difficult for us, now doesn’t it? I’m 26 and dating a 32 yr old mother of a 6 yr old. We are on are 4th date this week and this information has helped a lot. I should know I was married to one – one who beat and strangled me in front of our kids.

I found this site because I have a friend who is a single Mom and I thought this would help me understand her plight a bit better and it sounds like she has had experiences similiar to many of yours- The biological father of her child abusive, not paying child support etc etc.

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