My beautiful, ugly truth and how that helps you
I was in my last year of undergrad when I got pregnant. And, um, yeah, that was not the plan I had for my life. [And more importantly, HOW was I gonna tell my mama?] Fast forward past the awkwardness of being the saintly good girl and nerd that I was to being somebody’s mama. Nah, this must be a dream. But it wasn’t. I was really having a baby with a guy I barely new and hadn’t had a chance to decide if I wanted to marry. Can you relate?
Somehow, I knew, no matter what, I was graduating and going on with the plan. When the time came, I got my diploma. I already had my own place, car, and job, so life was gonna be all right. Yet somehow, I gave this dude another child. I know. I was in shock, too. But, I love my babies and didn’t believe in abortion. Still don’t. However, I sure talked to Planned Parenthood for 30 minutes just to make sure.
Just when I thought this unplanned family would become my “Happily Ever After,” I find out this guy was sleeping around with 7 women. YES! SEVEN. What is a good girl to do? Fight? Nope. I’m too pretty and scared of jail.(#letskeepitreal)
All I could do was move forward.
I didn’t have all the answers, but I was going to survive, thrive, provide for my babies, and make it through this. I did. It was hard. It hurt. I cried a lot until one day, I had no more tears. I’ve been raising my two boys alone for 15 years. I made it. And now I know why I went through it.
All this pain and drama is what led me to being able to help you reclaim your dreams and transform your life.
Hey girl! I’m Kaywanda Lamb, The Winning Single Mom. I turned what was a tragedy into triumph by the grace of God and my desire to do it anyway. I can teach you to do the same in 90 days with my Signature “Happy, Healthy, Whole and Healed” Coaching.
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I may have started out rough, but one thing is for sure I’m a WINNER and so are you! Let’s do it anyway!
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