Single Mom Out Loud

The joys (and desperation) of raising a boy without a man

About The Article Published on Tiny Buddha

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First I would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who took the time to comment on the article and to message me privately. I have received over 300 emails and I have tried to reply to every single one of you. Hopefully I haven’t missed anyone. I didn’t expect to get so much visibility by having my article published on Tiny Buddha so I am still trying to process all the attention. Its extremely overwhelming and exciting!

I am very happy that so many of you liked my article and were able to relate to my experience. Its hard writing about such personal things but I do it with the hope that it can reach others and make them feel less hopeless. If only one person out there reads my articles and feel less lonely, it was worth it.

I am also very sad to hear so many of you are, or were at some point, in similar situations. But its also a reminder that we are not alone. We are all connected somehow and we share similar experiences, joys, and pain, regardless of where we are in this world. Some of you wrote me from as far as India and Ireland! I feel so blessed!

I just want to thank you everyone once again for all the love you guys sent my way and for all the good wishes. I do have another article coming up Tiny Buddha in the next couple weeks so please keep your eyes out! This upcoming article will focus on childhood traumas, unhealed wounds and crazy behavior. I hope you all enjoy it as well!

If you haven’t read my current article on Tiny Buddha, you can read it here.

Please feel free to comment and message me! You can find the contact option under “contact me”. You can also follow me on twitter, instagram and facebook!

Much Love,

Brisa

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Author: Brisa Pinho

Brazilian. Piscean. Project manager. Raising a boy in a man's world... without a man.

5 thoughts on “About The Article Published on Tiny Buddha

  1. Your article on Tiny Buddha was amazing. It was raw and authentic, and I can definitely relate, as I am trying to break free from someone. Thank you for sharing your story.

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  2. All i want to say that, the time you enjoyed wasting is not wasted time ! I’m dedicating my animation video for u. Hope you’ll like 🙂

    https://animateurlife.wordpress.com/category/my-animation-clips/

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  3. A. MAZ. ING. It’s like you were writing from inside my own head. I can’t thank you enough for sharing your experience with all of us!! It’s so good to know I’m not alone. ❤

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  4. It was Fabulous! Thank you so much!!!!!!

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