A Single Mom, Domestic Abuse and Breast Cancer SURVIVOR. Beginning AGAIN!

Thank you for stopping by to check out my blog. Let me start by saying that I am a single Mom, an abuse and Breast Cancer survivor. I am starting my life over by the Grace of God. With His help I am finding my way back through his Revelations and Confirmations presented to me in my daily walk with him. I am making taking the steps to make those defining truths (God’s Truth), my truth and Affirmations!


Beginning August of 2011, I had no idea of the changes that were about to take place. That next year I lost my mother to cancer. From that tragedy, I headed straight into a divorce and into an illness with one of my children. From the recovery of my child, I moved to a new home as a single mom.

I had hoped that this new place in my life would be about finding myself in a happy peaceful state but it was not as I had hoped. Instead, I found I was in the middle of the wilderness alone and afraid. I had just emerged from emotional abuse and I had no nuclear family nearby except my children of course.

I had no idea how hard it would be to start again. I guess I assumed once out, it was free-sailing. Wrong! It continues to be a process.

I received the idea for the title of this blog one day as I was driving along and the car license plate in front of me read ‘PRESS ON’. All throughout that day those words continued to come to me, once in a song and again in a devotional. That is the message I needed from God at that moment, to Press On.

I do not believe those messages that we receive from time to time are by mistake. My belief is they are by Divine Order.

Please read my Let Me Introduce Me piece and from there my story as it unfolds. I would be honored to hear about your stories as well as you journey with me.




One thought on “A Single Mom, Domestic Abuse and Breast Cancer SURVIVOR. Beginning AGAIN!

  1. Suthrngirl.51, I am so glad that I have read this tonight. I can relate to much of what you are saying… middle aged, single mom, abuse survivor and being in the wilderness… as well as knowing that God gives us little messages. I call them my bread crumbs to keep going. When we realize that God gives us these little signs or words or even symbols to help us day by day, we are much closer to realizing that He is in control and the Key to our overcoming these traumas in our lives. Thank you for sharing this. I have a feeling that we could have a lot to talk about. God bless you!

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