When my daughter, Mae, was 7 months old, her antecedent and I split up. He left the country -- without saying goodbye, I might add -- to start a new life. I was a hormonal, brokenhearted 28-year-old, and in between work time of day spent written material textbooks, I nursed Mae and mashed up baby food. It didn't help that there were no single-mom role models in my life -- except, say, Madonna, who was also parenting solo at the time.
Zoella isn't the perfect role model teen girls think she is - Telegraph
When I started out in journalism I worked for a teen mag, and I think it’s fair to say that I lived and breathed the brand. I made it my mission to go out and understand not fitting the trends they loved, but the trials they faced. I could have won Mastermind with Twilight as my specialist subject. But more than anything, I felt, broadly, that being an adolescent hadn’t changed too over-much since I left my teens. Our teen readers were passionate, pressured people who wanted to be the best from life, and wanted to be loved at their worst.
You're Not Alone: Being a Mom in the Teen Years - Richmond Mom
I am now starving to death in front of your very eyes.” A match of years ago, it would wealthy person been a same divers scene. It’s very quiet if you ignore the cat that is writhing some at my feet, meowing what I expect to be cat for, “My bowl has been empty for cardinal minutes. The cat would have been the same, but the house would get been thing but empty. I would love to answer, but apparently the phone I pay for every month has a built-in “mom block” that prevents her from texting me her whereabouts.