My advice. Never use your overview to talk about your life. I'm a mother too. I am a mother of six, but clients literally don't care. They bottomline want to know your skills and how you can help them complete their projects, not your domestic status.
I'd recommend proofreading your profile carefully. There are many, many errors. You don't want to give potential clients the impression that you're anything other than fully literate and attentive to detail.
The advice given by both should be heeded ASAP. Remove the personal information in your profile description. No client wants to know about your current living situation and you getting pregnant. Just put in the facts: your skills, your past employment, your qualifications, the hardware/software you currently utilize. Second - make sure your profile is clear of typographical errors. Currently, your profile is full of them. Many clients will likely pass you over just for the typos because it could be indicative of poor attention to detail. Fix those two issues and you'll make some headway! Good luck.
re: "No client wants to know about your current living situation and..."
Some clients may find such information interesting, as they could use it as a way to filter out people who are not serious professionals.
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