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Your story matters whether you become a guest on Solomoms! Talk podcast or not. Your story will matter to someone whose life you touch. You owe it to yourself to answer your calling.
I understand that you may be afraid for so many reasons. I was too. But think of how you can help someone else. Check out this article, The Surprising Benefits of Telling Your Story. And Why Sharing Your Personal Story can Offer Real Health Benefits. These two articles that may help you decide if your story is important enough to help someone. When you decide you want to share your story on SoloMoms! Talk you may contact me here or use the form below.
And your story is important.
Those who tell their stories rule the world. ~~ Native American Proverb
I received this encouragement from one of my guests…
“Hi. I hope you are doing well. I just heard the interview on SoloMom . You did a fantastic job. I love the interview and even more I love the nuggets on the end about regrets and condemnation. That was a whole sermon for me and I’m sure others can benefit from that on time word. Thank you again for the experience. Keep allowing God to use you for Kingdom advancement!!” Sharee Brown, SoloMoms Talk Podcast guest.
Listen to Sharee’s Story:
I’m fairly new to podcasting. As a solo mom, it was not easy to put myself out there. I’ve struggled with the idea of creating a platform where other solo moms could tell their stories. The idea has been circulating in my heart for many years.
I figured I can’t be alone in my experiences. There had to be other solo moms struggling with the practical aspects of raising kids alone. I was sure there were also other solo moms dealing with the emotional and spiritual aspects as well. Things like stress and how to cope when you suddenly become a solo mom suddenly. But I didn’t think my story mattered.
Was I the only one feeling abandoned and alone? Did other solo moms feel like ending their life because they were afraid of wrecking their kids’ life?
Through a discovery group at my church, I realized that God saw me as someone very special. Despite the fact that I had messed up, I learned to see myself as God saw me. I accepted His forgiveness, knowing He didn’t condemn me. And that he didn’t want me to condemn myself.
Once I accepted myself, I realized that the gift of raising my sons was an enormous responsibility. Caring for them was too important to do on my own. So I partnered with my Heavenly Father. Because I finally knew I wasn’t alone.
Hear me solo moms. You are not alone!! No matter how you got here —because of divorce, abandonment or choice—you are not alone.
From another guest…
“I loved this & think you’re so inspiring to do this for solo moms! Congratulations on your successes!!!! I am proud to have been part of telling a story someone might need to hear!” Alicia J. Hill, Solomoms Talk Podcast guest.
Listen to Alicia’s story
“They will not labor in vain neither will they bear children doomed to misfortune; for they will be a people blessed by the Lord, they and their descendants with them.” (Isaiah 65:23, NIV).
I appreciate your love and support as I continue on this journey. SoloMoms! Talk podcast now has listeners in 156 cities; 24 countries on 6 continents. This is very exciting and fulfills my desire to share your story with every solo on earth.
Thanks for subscribing and for leaving your review. A special thanks to my past guests, who have given their time. Thanks for allowing me the privilege to pry a little into your life so another solo mom can hear your story. Because your story matters.
God bless you, mamas. You truly rock!!