"I should start off by saying I really appreciate all the support that I've been receiving from fans, the Vikings organization," Peterson said. "This is a private matter and I would ask you all to please just respect my privacy and not ask at all about the situation at hand. Thanks."
then hard work should be given to the marriage.
However, there will be the ones that just cannot be fixed.
Two people have to be committed.
Not always the case.
So there it is, the marriage ends.
What responsibility still belongs?
Women need to be strong, independent,
putting their children first, They can have all the love
and relationships after the child is an adult.
Yes, it is a lonely life because we all crave adult companionship
but I don't think another adult should have the right
to rule anothers' child.
My opinion of course, My blog, my thoughts,
There are two women who I admire much for
what they have done as single mothers.
One is my niece, Tiffany.
Her marriage had to end and she found herself
as the primary parent. She may have dated a little,
yet never, not once did she allow a man to
discipline her child. She waited and prayed for
this child for so long. She would not let any other man
come between her and her main job which is raising
this wonderful child. I know there are times where she must be
lonely, especially now that Tedi-girl is a Jr. in high school
and has more of a life of her own.
Instead of allowing herself to get caught into a relationship
that may not have been good for TEdi, she challenged herself
to becoming better herself. To becoming an RN from
her LPN standing. She and TEdi should graduate about
the same time. She will still have plenty time to have
relationships after TEdi is on her own.
She also is making sure that if it comes, good
but she will never have to be in a relationship, being
able to support herself. A hero, she is, to me.
Then there is my godchild, Ricky's mom, Allie.
She too found herself a single parent.
Unlike Tiffany, she had no help from his Dad in raising
Rick. I know it was not easy. She would try and date,
find herself in a situation where the relationship began
to interfere with what was best for Rick and she let it go.
She cried to me often about this.
I would tell her, one day there will be time for you,
time for love you deserve but right now, your job
has to be for Rick. She agreed, listened and
once Rick was grown, she found the love of her life,
the cheese to her macaroni, the ying to her yang.
Brian and she are so happy and Rick?
Well, with his mother always putting him first,
he now is a grown man, in the Navy protecting our
Let's hope that women like these two become the norm.
That women can become independent feeling like
they do not need a man nor a relationship to be whole.
That a woman can always put the child first
and stop abuse and death by the hands of a person
who had no right to even be in their life.