Contact • A Noncustodial Mom Speaks Out • Dana Ross, Living Life Without My Kids •
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The first thing I did after being "branded" was take my precious little shattered being on an adventure, scouring the internet like a spider monkey on a mission. I looked for anyone, I didn't care who, just a somebody with hot air that could give me some clue as to why I felt the way I did. I needed desperately to find a familiar soul who knew what I was going through, understood the pain, the shame, and the immediate need to end my life. I needed to know someone cared, accepted, recognized and appreciated the struggle I was facing. I found no one. For years I looked, without success. But, in some magnificently freakish moment, I finally found someone. She laid claim to a mended heart, a whole being, a life of value and worth, and she is speaking to you right now. I am her and I am that person you need. That person who cares, accepts, recognizes and appreciates your struggle. It's not a common struggle and unless a person walks in our shoes, they will never understand you the way I do. I don't promise to have all the answers, but I do promise to have all the unconditional love and support you need to find your life and learn to smile again.

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Bill of Rights for the Noncustodial Mom - It's War Time!
Noncustodial Mom.
You know this war of which I speak of, don't you? This internal war; a war that very few understand.
If you are here and you get it - you get my words and you feel those emotions - the unpleasant ones, rising up in your soul struggling just to be heard, then this is where you belong.
Hi, my name is Dana and I, too, am a Noncustodial Mom. It's been almost 11 years. I'd be lying if I say the struggle has dissipated, because in some ways it hasn't, but I have fought my way through to the other side where the sun shines brighter than ever! Now it's your turn, and I'm going to help.

In order to win the war you have to know what you're fighting for.

This copy of "Bill of Rights for the Noncustodial Mom - It's War Time!" will remind you of how important you are in the battle.

You're not alone anymore. So won't you please
be my neighbor and share this journey with me?
I'm so excited you're here!
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Since you're not alone anymore, won't you please be my neighbor and share this journey with me?