About Me: Female, 28, Elizabethtown, KY, member since Jul 2009
My name is Jenn && I'm 23. I have a 4 year old son named Jackson. He's my whole world :) I am currently attending DeVry U online working towards a Bachelor's Degree in Human Services Management. I plan to become a Social Worker...that is my passion. To help other childr
[More]en && make sure all of them have the best life possible. I have miscarried twice back in 2009. I'm a single mommy && wouldn't have it any other way even tho it's hard sometimes. I have anxiety/panic attacks issues that I want to be able to manage better which is why I'm back on MedHelp.
Just a quick note to say hi!
Thanks for checking in. I am doing great. Just going to start trying a little harder this month and hopefully it will be a success. Still can't help but worry, but I guess that never goes away! How are you? Keep me updated on what you find out. You have a healthy child? So, it's probably just coincidence you have had more than one.
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