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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’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.

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.

In fact, I had accepted the fact that he may never show up and had become quite content with that fact. And – update – how we got married here.—–All you have to do is become a Facebook fan. Seth and I, now happily married, blog about blending our families at Beautyandthe Past media appearances/interviews include: Start with my Frequently Asked Questions page. Visit Cement Marketing.com, my Web Development, Search Engine Optimization and Social Marketing firm in Columbus Ohio for my blog on social and search marketing.—-My blog was listed as one of the Top 100 Must-Read Blogs by Women by My alter ego “Mia” blogs about the weaker moments and darker sides of single motherhood . Reply Hi there: On Saturday January 12, 2008, I officially became a single mother of NO ONE under 18. It doesn’t matter, because as long as you and they are alive, you will always care, worry, cook, laugh, etc. I have been single since my daughter was 4 monthsold. I am very proud of it and would love to hear what you think. And despite its funciton in your life, regardless of how you act aside the site… Also, I did not see any hate comments up, but instead some compliments, and of course just like women, men love that! Now it’s taking on a life of it’s own and I’m realizing that there’s a lot to write about … This is why I gave all that advice, which obviously could have easily been percieved as being way to ‘telling’. Replywell msm…it’s ‘ Tracy ‘….I moved ( as per your suggestion) and I made sure you are STILL on my blogroll (and didn’t make any tranfer blunders! So I decided to write a poem about single Mother’s and it applies to all you single Moms out there, the true hereos of society who do not recieve the applause given to movie stars and athletes, but deserve so much credit.

It would be so different to come to the title that says… Explaining to us parts of your life and along the way sharing with us that you have a son and maybe nothing at all about your relationship status. Those people that get married, have children, and STICK TOGETHER, are entitled to all the respect and prestige. Single parents, while I don't believe they should be ashamed of themselves, are deserving of less respect and prestige as married couples with children. Nor will you have a house or any land to pass down to your child. What about Widows, are their children not going to amount to anything? At least now, when I feel lonely it’s because I’m on my own, not because I’m with my unavailable partner. PS-Now I can buy my favorite juice AND actually drink some of it….. I do not feel so desperate to meet another partner as I did the first time around and that is a huge relief.

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.

____I find this site very interesting and I find society really gives single mothers a bad rap, treating them with disdain as lacking morals, especially in those states that are filed with the religious right.

Reply____So keep up the good work as you have helped this guy understand a little bit about Single Mothers and all of you should take a bow for the sacrifices you do for your children, especially in this horrible recession in which the government only likes giving money to rich bankers who got us into this mess in the first place.____Also, that woman who sent the hate letter says much more about herself than you with her statements.

In fact, I had accepted the fact that he may never show up and had become quite content with that fact. And – update – how we got married here.—–All you have to do is become a Facebook fan. Seth and I, now happily married, blog about blending our families at Beautyandthe Past media appearances/interviews include: Start with my Frequently Asked Questions page. Visit Cement Marketing.com, my Web Development, Search Engine Optimization and Social Marketing firm in Columbus Ohio for my blog on social and search marketing.—-My blog was listed as one of the Top 100 Must-Read Blogs by Women by My alter ego “Mia” blogs about the weaker moments and darker sides of single motherhood . Reply Hi there: On Saturday January 12, 2008, I officially became a single mother of NO ONE under 18. It doesn’t matter, because as long as you and they are alive, you will always care, worry, cook, laugh, etc. I have been single since my daughter was 4 monthsold. I am very proud of it and would love to hear what you think. And despite its funciton in your life, regardless of how you act aside the site… Also, I did not see any hate comments up, but instead some compliments, and of course just like women, men love that! Now it’s taking on a life of it’s own and I’m realizing that there’s a lot to write about … This is why I gave all that advice, which obviously could have easily been percieved as being way to ‘telling’. Replywell msm…it’s ‘ Tracy ‘….I moved ( as per your suggestion) and I made sure you are STILL on my blogroll (and didn’t make any tranfer blunders! So I decided to write a poem about single Mother’s and it applies to all you single Moms out there, the true hereos of society who do not recieve the applause given to movie stars and athletes, but deserve so much credit.

It would be so different to come to the title that says… Explaining to us parts of your life and along the way sharing with us that you have a son and maybe nothing at all about your relationship status. Those people that get married, have children, and STICK TOGETHER, are entitled to all the respect and prestige. Single parents, while I don't believe they should be ashamed of themselves, are deserving of less respect and prestige as married couples with children. Nor will you have a house or any land to pass down to your child. What about Widows, are their children not going to amount to anything? At least now, when I feel lonely it’s because I’m on my own, not because I’m with my unavailable partner. PS-Now I can buy my favorite juice AND actually drink some of it….. I do not feel so desperate to meet another partner as I did the first time around and that is a huge relief.

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.

____I find this site very interesting and I find society really gives single mothers a bad rap, treating them with disdain as lacking morals, especially in those states that are filed with the religious right.

Reply____So keep up the good work as you have helped this guy understand a little bit about Single Mothers and all of you should take a bow for the sacrifices you do for your children, especially in this horrible recession in which the government only likes giving money to rich bankers who got us into this mess in the first place.____Also, that woman who sent the hate letter says much more about herself than you with her statements.

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.