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The last few years have been some of the hardest in my life, my children have had to make many sacrifices and deal with changes they didn't want - a mother who wasn't there much, worked "too much" and always seems to be tired.
At the same time, they've also learnt, I hope, grit and resilience.
As I like to call it, we sit on our pity pot briefly, and then we get up and carry on.
When people say "I don't know how you do it", I say I don't have any other choice that is acceptable to me.
" Others suggested casual sex and Friends With Benefits (FWB) options, and said that the Islamic tradition and religious requirement of celibacy outside of marriage was "abnormal" and "cruel". Being faced with these challenges and debates, I realised that Muslim or not, FWB and casual hookups weren't my values and never had been, and so it wasn't my faith that was the problem. Although I initially took it at face value, he ultimately bailed.
My non-Muslim, gay and straight friends and I had many debates over these issues, and it forced me to re-examine my chosen values - could I do FWB? Last year, almost three years after the UK man, I did meet someone quite unexpectedly - Muslim, similar age, established, local. The statistics seem to indicate that single parent families, mostly single mother families, is a fast growing demographic yet we as a society seem slow to accommodate or to revise our view of "them" all as destitute.
so we share them with each other- in solo parent groups.
We commiserate and we share our triumphs and tribulations.
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