Question of the Week: “Am I Damaged Goods Because I’m a Single Mother?”

This question really touched me…

Hi Christelyn,
I posted a little over a week ago that I had finally gotten your book in the mail. First I would like to say thank you for sharing your story, educating and shedding light in various areas that I believe will be helpful for me. I am a 26yr old single mother of a 6yr old little boy named Jonathan. I’m a beautiful, intelligent, Christian, who is college educated with a career in the insurance industry. I remember my first rainbeau crush being this cute 16yr old blue-eyed blond named Sean- who broke my heart when he shared with me that he liked me too but his parents were racist! After getting over that I fixed my heart on Nsync’s Justin Timberlake. Now after some life experiences and learning more about who I am and I made a decision not to settle for less than what I want shortly after becoming pregnant. An unmarried sophomore in college pregnant by ex-boyfriend (I learned about my son 2weeks after I ended the relationship) whom I honestly was growing out of and was not interested in being in a relationship with someone incapable of loving me the way I was learning that I needed to be loved/supported. I was determined not to be another statistic- I completed college without taking time off and completed my Bachelor’s degree in 2008. I have now been celibate (hate it-but I refuse to give myself another man without being married first!) since my son was conceived (May 2005) and still single. I’ve struggled with the thought that I am “damaged goods” because I have a son. Your book encouraged me and I just wanted to say thank you.

‘S’

PS: Beautiful Family

(By the way, I was also a sophomore in college when I became pregnant with Maxi Me. In some ways, I think having my child forced me to choose better, because I felt a real responsibility to provide a safe and secure home for my baby. I WAS NOT going to have her come to me as an adult and tell me how horrible her life was because I let some man abuse us.)

Single mommies might want to check out It Takes All Five, A Single Mom’s Guide to Finding the Real One.

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It Takes All 5 is the best single mom guide book to getting your life back on track! By healing the whole woman inside and out you will be prepared to take the plunge into the world of dating and mating with confidence. Then using the Five-Finger Philosophy which encompasses the physical, emotional, spiritual, mental and sexual part of every being you will not just meet the one but The REAL one for an authentic and renewable “REAL”ationship.

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