Five Tips on Having a Social Life For Moms

       Allow me to start of by saying that there is nothing wrong with having a life outside of motherhood. 
       Mothers are human beings too.
       The only difference is the huge responsibility of raising another human being.

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“Failure” is Part of The Journey

At 25 years old, I have already failed at marriage.

I have already failed at providing my children with a home that both parents live in.

For a very long time, those two sentences you have just read destroyed me. I would cry because I failed at the one thing I so desperately wanted to give my boys.


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Here is a Secret: I Have Anxiety

I will never forget my first anxiety attack two years ago.

I was about to fall asleep when all of a sudden something took over me and I felt like I couldn’t breathe. I immediately got up from my bed and paced around my old apartment.

I walked into my living and began to cry because I was unsure of what was happening to me.


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Coping Through a Separation

       As not many of you know, last year I went through a separation. Despite what social media has made everyone think, it has been a long and difficult road. I’ve struggled spiritually, physically and emotionally throughout this time.
       However, one thing I can tell you is that it has definitely made me into a stronger and better version of myself.

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Current Events Through The Eyes of a Mother

Today I woke up at exactly 4:55 am to the sound of people arguing outside of my apartment building. I live a block away from a night club and weekends can get hectic around here.

I waited until everything cooled down in hopes of going back to sleep.

As I waited, I decided to open my Facebook app and browse a little.

“#PRAYFORLASVEGAS” was the first status I read.  Continue reading “Current Events Through The Eyes of a Mother”