Just joined and given my own situation of a fresh breakup, I can see I joined the right group. We're not alone, we all have a painful story. My story is some what the same. I loved with my all, got dupped, and "the breakup" everything is in full swing. In the process of moving out of the home WE built! Finding a lot of comfort in my Bible app reading daily plans to build my worth and esteem, and now Daily Strength and soon to be this group. Trying to be comfortable with just me and...being a single mom. Really working on my "I CAN do this" mindset over years of thinking the opposite. Looking forward to continuous mixed emotions, periods of questioning everything, and going through the motions to rebuild a better me. I'm this messy version of me, and that's ok. Whatever it takes, however long. I'm ready. And it's going to be nice to be in company of people who somewhere feel the same, want things to pass, and be a better version. To be of support and be supported.
Hi new here. And newly single mom. Cusrious to see what has been the most challenging part to being a single parent. If you had to pick one, just one thing, what would it be?
Just what is that? Listening, empathy, care and concern, support? Thats at least what I thought. Having ended a relationship with my ex has helped me to understand what a relationship is truly about? Not buying gifts and trips. Not buying homes and cars. While I got to enjoy this kind of life, it was not what I wanted and needed from him. He thought that buying care, concern, empathy, and support...