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I totally feel you on this one. I hate where I live and don't plan on being here too much longer, so I don't make any effort on top of being terrified of being hurt again. BUT almost all my single mom friends have found great guys already and so I just tell myself that hopefully there is someone out there that will accept me and Bella.
It's hard because I struggle just to keep surviving that my self esteem is shot. My body is squishy and full of stretch marks. I don't even wear makeup anymore. I'm lucky I dry my hair anymore. I avoid going anywhere I have to get dressed up nicely or anything. I chill in my pajamas and a tshirt at all times unless I am out in public. I just feel uncomfortable and ugly anymore.
But I have the best little girl in the world who loves me and as long as I can do her right, I'm okay with all that. See it's barely started bugging me recently also. And i have not yet put myself oput there but i am going to start to cause i know there's someone out there for everyone! The educational health content on What To Expect is reviewed by our medical review board and team of experts to be up-to-date and in line with the latest evidence-based medical information and accepted health guidelines, including the medically reviewed What to Expect books by Heidi Murkoff.
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Learn more about our guidelines Just so you know, What to Expect may make commissions on shopping links on this. This discussion is archived and locked for posting. Archived discussions are usually a bit older and not as active as other community content. So another post from me. I am feeling pretty discouraged this last week Some of them have made honest efforts, others not so much. But it scares me. It's so hard to find the right guy when you DON'T have a kid, it seems nearly impossible to find him when you do.
Anybody gone through this or going through this? Newest First. KatyF, i think for awhile after you bring a new life into the world you don't want or need anybody else because you just got blessed with the most wonderful gift in the world. KatyF, aww, sorry you're feeling discouraged mama. BUT i can completely relate KatyF, I totally feel you on this one. Thank you so much you guys have no idea how much you have helped! KatyF, No, you won't be alone forever. I've been single for 3. My DD is 2. But, I also really haven't put myself out there either.
Been too busy with being a parent and school.
Really didn't bug me until recently. DoneWithSchool, See it's barely started bugging me recently also. Your children will benefit from it as much as you will anyways. You are also not alone in this, I think most women feel this way at some point. But if you dont look after yourself then who will? We should never depend on someone else to do it for us. I've been working on making myself 1 since last summer, when I decided to force myself to recover or as much as one can from post traumatic stress. I ed Sure Slim, and lost 35 pounds 10 pounds from goal when another miracle happened.
I ed pole dancing to regain my self confidence that was shattered I'm still going at 16 weeks Single mom looking for forever. Bought some makeup, and a few nice clothes. And treated myself to a reward on Nov, I went on a vacation, my very first true vacation! I know I still have a lot of work to do, and it will be more challenging as a mom, but it will be worth it in the end. I still have a problem saying no to people, and I tend to drop my plans for other people. I havent started dating and I dont plan to unless I know I can keep up the work I started, or he is Mr Right never met him yet.
I became pregnant in Nov after being told by 2 gynos I would be lucky to carry past the 1st month severe endometriosisI also will give credit to my diet for this because I was eating very good foods. BD was just a vacation fling, but if I'm honest with myself I prob would have never dated him, but I couldnt have found a better sperm doner lol. I am 32, have a great career, single, and becoming a first time mom, and I plan to be around as long as I can for myself and my.
I have issues everyone does and I'm working on them, but I am worth the effort, and so are you! Sorry if this became a motivational thing, I just feel really strongly about the importance of making yourself important :. Sharkbait, I hear you and Single mom looking for forever. I do take care of myself as much as I can. I eat right, take my vitamins, try to get lots of sleep. Just with work, where I live, money worries, BD crap, it's stress that is killing me. I don't have anybody to take care of me if I go down, so I make it a point not to go down.
That is just physically. Emotionally I was taken down a long time ago and each time I've gotten the strength to get back up and feel good, something has happened that kicked me down again. This time it's a lot harder to get back up because it's not just me who suffers now.
I have makeup, but I'd rather spend time playing with Bella than getting dressed up and using it. We don't have anywhere to go. As far as clothes, I don't have a single penny to spare at this point to even buy new things, same with riding around and wasting gasoline. I just bought myself new underwear pathetic, I knowbecause I haven't been able to afford it for a year and all my others were stretched from pregnancy and ripped. It's a self esteem thing at this point. I'm starting to get a little better, but it's very hard. I just feel like I'm spinning and have no idea where I can land.Single mom looking for forever
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