It is no doubt overwhelming, and certainly something you can’t do on your own.
Single moms desiring to find their forever love need help and support.
I have two kids, an 8-year-old and the other just over a year.
I hear some version of this question on a regular basis from single moms who wish they weren’t single or moms who are eager to mingle and are on the lookout for a man.
Women’s ministry leaders are often asked how to find a husband, where the good husbands are, and what’s wrong with the single mom who seems to be staying single.
Last time I wrote about how becoming a single mother meant having your entire life flipped upside-down.
You’ve been handed a challenging combination of emotions and responsibilities, and now you’ve got to figure out how to manage.
Dating after your divorce can be intimidating not only logistically, but also emotionally. Dating as a single parent is a whole different ballgame than it was before you had kids. It can sometimes seem like everyone has an opinion about whether you should date or not.
These tips can help you get started on the right foot... But this is your life and you are the one who gets to live it, not someone else. As a single mom, it's easy for your whole life to be wrapped up in your kids.
Here are the ten reasons you should date a single mom.
Today, another single mom asked me if it was biblical to use an online dating service.
At first it was confidence-boosting to see that there were a lot of men who wanted to get to know me. What it really came down to was me finding someone who could take on part of my responsibilities. Taking the time to get to know someone meant pulling from time I spent working or taking care of myself. “You can’t expect to either quit having sex or find a perfect match when you’re 40 years old and have kids,” a male friend said.