The challenges of being a single parent 

Question: The woman gives birth to a child and the husband leaves the family. A woman gives all her strengths into raising a child, goes to work to provide for a child. A child stays with a grandfather, grandmother or nanny, but the child grows up with a feeling of being useless, inferior. In adolescence, the child becomes aggressive, alienated and explicitly disobeying his mother. What can a mother do to help her child take the spiritual path, regardless of the circumstances in which the child grows up so that the child does not destroy himself?

Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at the 2020 Webinar – Being the Divine Mother.

Well my beloved, I fully understand the difficulty that many single mothers go through, especially in the poorer nations, but even in the more affluent nations. When you are a single provider for one or several children, how do you have energy and attention left over to spend time with the child and give the child the sense that it is important and that it matters. In many cases, this sense of not being important comes from the child feeling abandoned by the father, but since the father is not around the child, when it becomes a teenager takes it out on the mother.

However, for those who are open to the spiritual path, you can follow the advice I gave in my recent dictation where I said, work on your own psychology and seek ways to help your child work on his or her psychology. And that will for some women have a positive impact. But for those who are not open to the spiritual path, there is not much I can suggest, they would not be open to it anyway. Of course, again an awareness of psychology is the only solution here.


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