Today, I’m guest posting for Anya from Older Single Mum as she asked me to contribute to a series of blog posts she’s rounding up to discuss what being a single mum means to those of us who don’t fall into the stereotyped bracket of young, uneducated and living in a Council flat.
Here are my thoughts. I could go on (and on,) about being a single parent but tried to make it succinct as possible, without going into too many grim details.
I would love to hear what you think.
“I am neither young (unfortunately,) nor uneducated (thankfully,) nor do I live on a Council estate (for now,) but boy, am I very much a single mum.
This isn’t the first time I’ve been a single mum – last time round, however, I was in my late 20’s and, after picking myself up from a massive confidence blow, I coped. Just. I worked full time in London and found myself literally running from childminder-to-train-to-work-to-childminder-to-home … every day …”
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