Tears and Joy of a Single Mother By Annete Agutu
Elizabeth thought that by having a baby just like Peter had wanted them to, that it would make their love blossom even more and make her dreams of having a perfect family come true.Peter changed his mind shortly afterwards and he felt like Elizabeth’s pregnancy had destroyed him.
Her pregnancy announcement came as
a shock to him and he felt like all his dreams for the future have been crushed.He did not know how people would perceive him.According to Peter he was not ready to be a father! Elizabeth had to live with the reality that just like her mom, she was going to raise her baby as a single mother;though her mom’s story was
This would mean both tears and joy for her!
She has to brace herself for a breakup from Peter and her new life as a single mother.
About the Author
Annette is a prolific writer who spends most of her time developing and creating new content on her blog, (My wild random thoughts).Apart from that she runs her own charitable organization that helps provide sanitary towels to underprivileged girls.
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Crushing (International): God Turns Pressure into Power
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