Her Young Daughter’s “I Don’t Want to Die Yet” Had Helped Her Get Through the Lowest Point of Her Life

This woman almost gave up her own life, but, her young children had, called her back, and, she’d worked hard since, and made a good life for herself and her own children, from the Newspapers, translated…

The youngest role model mom, Su-Ching Hsieh from Yilan, as she’d worked as a caretaker of elderly who’d lived alone, had often consoled with them, to NOT give up easily, that she too, weathered through the lowest of lows in her own life before.

Hsieh is forty-three-years-old, twenty-one years ago, shortly after she married over to Taiwan from China, she’d realized that her husband was a habitual drunk; without the national health insurance or citizenship from Taiwan, she’d needed money to get her edema as well are her caesarian birth, and she was, mocked and talked down to by her family, she’d had to carry her young daughter out on her back, to work the odds and ends jobs.

謝素青走出生命的幽谷,鼓勵大家不要放棄希望。 記者戴永華/攝影the mother, photo from UDN.com…

Her husband had abused her often, once she was accompanying her daughter to sleep in the bedrooms, her husband came home drunk, and dragged her out, beaten her up, her young daughter grabbed onto her husband’s legs, cried out, “STOP it, STOP hitting my mom!”

As she lived under the instable economics, even as Hsieh’s father died in China, she didn’t make it back to his funeral, and, she kept thinking about killing herself.

Back then, her eldest daughter was only in the kindergarten years, one day she’d told her child, “Come, mom’ll take you to a place, let’s go together!”, she thought her daughter was too young to understand, but her young child called back to her, “Mom, I’m not yet grown up, I don’t want to leave yet!”

擔任居家照顧員的謝素青,是獨居長者的開心果。 記者戴永華/攝影looking after the elders after being certified, photo from UDN.com…

Her young daughter’s words were a wakeup call, at that very moment, Hsieh held tightly to her daughter, started crying hard, in the end, it was, her young daughter’s strengths that’s helped save her life.

In 2008, Hsieh ended her twelve years of marriage, raised her three daughters on her own, during the daytime, she’d worked, at in the evenings, she’d studied in the night schools, and after her hard work, studying, she’d passed the certifications for nanny as well as a caretaker, that, was when she started bringing the stable sources of income, to raise up her own family.

謝素青(後排左)經常帶著3個女兒出遊,感情很好。 圖/謝素青提供the woman taking her three daughters out to travel, photo from UDN.com…

So, this woman was on the verge of giving up, and her young child’s words woke her up, and she’d worked hard, to start her own brand new life, and, due to her not giving up, her hardworking mannerism, she was finally, able to, be successful in life! This just showed, no matter how hard life can get, not giving up may be the only WAY you’ll get through the harder times of your lives, and, after the hard times passed, your lives will be, a whole lot easier, it’s just, when you’re STUCK in the harder times, it seemed too hard, to get back out………

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About taurusingemini

All I have to say, I've already said it, and, let's just say, that I'm someone who's ENDURED through a TON of losses in my life, and I still made it to the very top of MY game here, TADA!!!
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