If you can create a desire in your heart then you're worthy of it. In my article, Your Fears Become Desires. First Step to Finding Love, I wrote about how to transform your fears into power. You recognize your fears and insecurities through your feelings, you acknowledge them and you pull out your ... Read More »
Single Mom Stories
As a single mom do you ever feel stuck? Do you want your life to be different?
Do you want to see hope for the future?
This page will empower you with tools to recognize and overcome the practical and emotional obstacles to your success while gaining the wisdom and courage to move forward. Read here touching stories of parenting, friendship and faith. Be inspired by reading stories about real-life situations that single parents face. Learn how strength, determination and faith can overturn any obstacle that comes our way. Get inspired by single moms' uplifting stories of endurance and success in raising along accomplished children. These stories of sacrifice, hope, deception, despair, endurance and success are encouraging to single mothers struggling in similar situations.
Find here: Life Starts At Mom ::: Soulful Stories On Momhood by Erin :::Stories of Parenting by Laurie ::: Alice’s Stories About Real-life ::: Randi's Stories ::: Renee’s Tools to Success ::: Debbie's Stories ::: Veronica's Stories ::: Books For Single Moms
To find true love you first have to know what it is that you want. For the most part you probably do know what you want but the only way to truly know, as I’ve learned, is to face your fears and insecurities. They are the key to unlocking your deepest desires but most people try to run from them or ... Read More »
Dear Girl, I wish every person in the universe could see what I see when I Iook at you. But that is the wish of every mother, and the world isn't always as kind. Being a beautiful, intelligent, and Soulful female is Wonderful Blessing, but it is NOT without its own setbacks. Sometimes people ... Read More »
Is studying something we’re supposed to be born how to do? Our kids come home from school and we expect them to study what they’re learning in school. But have you ever wondered if they really know how to study? Well, to be honest, I never really wondered until a few nights ago. I was staring at my ... Read More »
We all know that spending time with our kids is a priority but how do you fit in studying, writing papers, research and everything else that goes along with grad school? You get creative! That’s how! Recently, my nine year old daughter really acted out and out of motherly instincts, I decided to ... Read More »
The one question I get asked the most is “How are you going to have time?” I can see where they’re coming from. I mean, I’m a single mother with a full time job, I spend three to four nights a week at the gym where my kids and I commit to martial arts, I write on the side and now I’m going to be on ... Read More »
I think I’ve wanted to go to college ever since I was in elementary school but once high school ended I had dreams of becoming the next big model so I pursued that instead. I even made it in the modeling biz… somewhat but traveling around with the Miss Hawaiian Tropics cult and slaving away every ... Read More »
I don't lie to my kids. I don't. I don't lie to them, or in front of them. I actually make it my policy to just live within the truth. So, anytime they came to me and asked the question that every parent in history gets asked, "Is Santa REAL?" I have always answered them Honestly. Yes. Yes he is. ... Read More »
I want you to know your value, and your worth. I want you to know that I didn't know your Dad too well,but I knew that he was kind, and I knew that he was scared.I want you to know that I wasn't.But I understood. I wanted nothing for you other than what you deserve.I wanted for you peace, and love, ... Read More »
When I first got separated in 2011 I had what I would like to think was foresight into what I hoped my future would hold. My children were so small, just babies. At 21 months apart my son was an infant while my daughter was barely 2. Their father and I had many years ahead of us to co-parent. I had ... Read More »