My thought on this is that it isn't the kids that scare people. It's the situation. That's my two cents.
Since children are a gift from God, it seems to me that Catholic men, especially should regard EVERY child as a gift from God irrespective of a child's origin, biological parentage, age, and so forth. For my part, I would consider myself blessed indeed should God grant me the gift of more children to raise (I have one adult daughter by marriage, raised from the age of 7).
You are a hero, hats off to you. Any man that don`t see it is a fool.We get views, and people move on because they either get wrong first impression, or chicken out. If they chicken out, that`s great, you don`t want a guy that is attracted to you in one way or another but have no guts to see the true beauty of your sacrifice, which as I understand happens to be the joy of your life.
If the man is attracted to you but chickens out, he is a double fool, because he does not realize that all this time you have been doing the whole job by yourself, so it cannot be too difficult to just lend you a hand, and at the same time enjoy the benefit of loving and being loved by a great woman.
I checked out you profile, I`m convinced that you presented youself beautifly and honestly. Reading you profile and watching you pictures, I don`t see how any sane man could resist your offer. Don`t you give up. There is a man who would be more than honored to be your husband. Just wait.
To answer you question about scared man: they are not man, they are chicken.
God bless you my dear
How do you make ends meet?
How do you have time for anything else?
What makes you think you have room for a man in your life, and put him before the children?
Before reacting read my profile...
"Do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife for the child conceived in her womb is of the Holy Spirit."
Are not our children also children of God by adoption in Jesus Christ? Should not the angel's message to Joseph ring true for our suitors as well?
Peace, Deb. And patience.