1. Realize that their child will always come first.
I thought my divorce would be the worst thing that ever happened to me, but I’m surprised to say I’m a lot happier.
Stay inside the lines.
We single parents do not need to hear your invalid reasons for judging and shaming us.
As he was being lowered into the ground and placed next to family members that I didn’t know, I laughed.
Her snide comment that day had not been the apex of her cruelty. The most cruel? Years ago when I told her I was finally pregnant with a long awaited 3rd child and she put her head in her hands and sighed, “Oh no. . . .” Or a few weeks later, when I miscarried that child and she said nothing.
Who will take care of you when you’re old?
3. Always carry gum.
You will always be your hardest critic.
There’s no time or purpose for relationship games.