Sandy: You don't really love me. I think you just don't want anyone else around me because of Aaron.
Martin: That's not true. But what would be wrong with that?
Sandy: What's wrong with that is that I deserve to be loved, too. And I deserve to be loved for me. For who I am.
Martin: You're the mother of my son. And I love you for that.
Sandy: Thank you. But I'm not just the mother of your son, and I'm not just Aaron's mother. That's just part of who I am and who I want to become. And I want to be a minister. I want to help other young pregnant women who grew up like I did--women who don't think they can change just because they made some mistakes in life.