Brittany Rebecca Helton

Good Advice….

by on Jan.17, 2012, under Thoughts and Feelings

Hi baby!

I was talking to someone at work today that I have become very close to in the almost 1 month that I have been there and she had some very wise words for me. I am going to take what she said and carry it with me from here on out. I am going to live to honor you and your name, and make sure that your sisters and your brother are happy. No longer will I allow someone who means nothing to me have any power over me to make me angry. As far as I am concerned, anyone that was in your life that was on that side of the world is dead to me, including someone right here in town. I realize that what I am doing is right and everything that is being done on that side is wrong. What kind of a person honors you and wants to help others by posting legal documentation that happened almost 5 years ago. Big Deal!! I have never claimed that I did not give up parental rights to you. Once again…something that I did to make you happy. That is what you wanted, and as much as it broke my heart, I did it for you. Not for anyone else.

Regardless of what anyone says, I am the best mother I know how to be. I try my best to make all of my girls happy. I no longer allow negative, toxic people in my life nor do I allow people that mean nothing to me to get under my skin. You and your sisters are my reason for living, and I will continue to do the things that I do to make sure that one day families will not have to feel the pain that our family is going through on a daily basis.

My promise to you is to think 1 happy thought everyday. I will take a moment to send you a message and to pray for those that need it. In the end, there is only 1 person that we all have to answer to, and I will be able to answer to Him with a clear conscience.

I am going to post a daily quote from a book that I have that has truly helped me in some of my dark moments.

Rest in Peace sweet angel, until we meet again


“We are real friends now because we have been able to share some painful experiences in our private lives.” – May Sarton