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June 16, 2005



Amy-I know. I've been there. I am remarried happily and still have terrible bouts of mommy guilt...even if they are completely unfounded. Always, always remember those very key points that you mentioned above. There will be times when no matter how hard you try, you won't believe them. But trust me. Always remember them.

I mothered three through a divorce. They live with me, but their dad lives 4 blocks away, so even though they are with me as custodial parent, they are with their dad quite a bit.

Stay a strong mama!


You are so right. Kids are very resilient. I was so worried about what my kids thought, I didn't take time to heal myself. Once I was able to heal, I was a better mother. Good luck. You are on the right track!


It's good to hear from you again. Your strength, once again amazes me! I'm so glad that you're coming out of the fog horrible life events can push us into. You are a great mom and Isabelle is lucky to have parents who can put her first, no matter what.


Good luck; my thoughts (and prayers) are with you.


I applaud you - I've been reading your posts and I feel like it's a mirror of so many of my own thoughts. I normally don't leave comments on a blog but I just had to tell you: I think you're a great mother. Don't let anyone tell you (or convince you) of anything other than that... especially those who would frown on what you do. They don't know what it's like to be in your situation - be strong and know that in doing so, you're teaching your daughter how to be a good mother.

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