Hurt people. Hurt people. Period.

When your children’s father or ex-husband rejects, mistreats, disrespects or abuses you, the ugliest side of you can come out to play—but only if you let it.

You see, you have a choice.

You can choose to be angry, allowing your anger to dominate your thoughts, emotions, and actions—or, you can choose to get your grown woman on.

The choice is yours and yours alone.

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Get Over Baby's Daddy Cheating

Get Over Your Baby’s Daddy Cheated Already

Get Over Your Baby’s Daddy Cheated Already

So, your baby’s father did the unthinkable–he totally betrayed your trust by cheating on you. You’re angry, hurt, and disappointed and all becaucouple-holding-handsse your baby’s daddy turned out to be a lowdown dirty dog, right?

Well, that may be true, but what good is it doing you and your children?

When we are hurt, it is easy to focus on the negative, but that does nothing but continue the cycle of negativity. And, like the Laws of Attraction say, “You attract what you think most about”. So if you’re constantly wallowing in negativity, guess what? You’re going to attract more negativity.

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Fathers Who Kill to Avoid Child Support Payments

Fathers Who Kill to Avoid Child Support Payments

Los Angeles, California
Ms. No Single Mama Drama

Los Angeles, California–Cameron Brown–who had no interest in his child whatsoever–is accused of throwing his four-year-old daughter off a cliff  at Inspiration Point to avoid paying $1000.00 a month in court-ordered child support.

Brown, 47, is being charged with the murder of his four-year-old daughter, Lauren Sarane Key, along with the special circumstances of lying in wait and murder for financial gain.

Two trials have resulted in juries deadlocking as to the charge–1st degree murder, 2nd degree murder or manslaughter– resulting a mistrial. No one voted not guilty.

Brown, who denied the charge of murder, saying it was an accident, is in custody.  Read the full story>> and Cameron Brown Trial Blog>>

Dad Kills Son, Throws Him in Bag and Claims Kidnapping
New Orleans, Louisiana – Danny Platt, 22, claims to have been under a lot of pressure when he was $4,000 behind in child support payments. So, to relieve himself from the overwhelming “pressure”, he decided to kill his two-year-old son, Ja’ Shawn Platt during a visit.

To cover up his crime, he called up his exwife and told her that three men, armed with AK-47s, had kidnapped their son and abruptly hung up the phone. Platt eventually confessed, saying that he was either going to kill his wife or his son. Read the full story here>>

Is it really that serious? To the point where you have to kill your kids to avoid paying child support?

Babies and Baby Mama Killer X 2: Hunt for Baby’s Daddy

Babies and Baby Mama Killer X 2: Hunt for Babies’ Daddy

Ms. No Single Mama Drama
Updated 06/01/2018

12/07/2009 – Update #2: Body of Murder Suspect Tyrone Adair Found in a Car

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12/7/09: UPDATE: Murder Suspect’s Family Pleas for Suspect to Turn Himself in and Apologizes to Family

Listen to Tyrone Adair’s brother here.

Tyrone M. Adair, 38, of Madison, Wisconsin is suspected of killing two of his babies’ mamas and both of his daughters.

The first victims are Tracy Graser, 33, who also goes by Tracy Judd and her 23-month-old daughter, Deja Adair, who would have turned two on Christmas day.

Both Graser and Deja Adair were found dead inside of the trunk of Adair’s car. The police had searched the car twice before they finally found the victims hidden in the trunk.

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Jail Bird Baby’s Daddy–Break the Cycle

Updated 06/01/2018

When a father goes to prison, his family goes to prison–and that, of course, includes the children, the biggest losers.

In 2007, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “Incarceration and the Family – A Review of Research and Promising Approaches for Serving Fathers and Families: Characteristics of Incarcerated Fathers”, 744,200 state and federal prisoners were fathers to 1,599,200 children under the age of 18 (Glaze & Maruschak, 2008).

And, an unpublished study by Mumola, estimates that the total number of children that have either a mother, father or both in some part of the correctional system–whether jail, prison or correctional supervision, such as parole or probation–is 7,476,500!

And that’s only counting parents that are currently in the system. Those numbers don’t include parents who have ever been in the system–which, undoubtedly, would be much, much higher.

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