After a time, I got back on my feet and ventured out. A lot more single moms than I had ever noticed before. It's an all-time high -- and it's not due to teen moms (teen motherhood is at its lowest rate in 65 years).
Doing that is easier with support and advice so, I’ve put together a few articles that will help them meet those daily challenges and move past your divorce and onto a rich, rewarding new life.1.
Healing the Pain of Divorce: Part of moving on to a new life is healing the pain left from the old one.
Lack Of Time Every working person seems to have this problem: too much to do and too little time to do it in.
A single mother’s job is twice as hard as her married or childless counterparts.
You are responsible for so many things, including health, development, emotional well-being, physical activity of your kids, to name but a few. Read More »For too long I’ve let what my ex-husband and his new wife think about me bother me.
Read More »Being a good parent is not an easy job to do.
Single moms find here dating and relationship advice, tips on how to live on a budget, how to eat and live healthy and valuable parenting advice. Read More »Why do we put up with less than respectful behavior from our children’s father when we could just as easily drag them into court and let the law serve justice?
Single mothers also find here help, tips and resources on financial aid for education, scholarships, grants, loans, information on support with basic necessities, affordable housing, assistance and health care, child care, child support and legal information, and many more. I've been so since I was a child, when I would happily shut myself in my room for hours, reading and writing to my heart's content. I’ve heard some crazy stories about how some of you ladies (and men) ...
One caveat: Statistics don't tell how many single moms are with a partner (and choosing not to get married), how many live with family (so they have some help around), and how many are truly alone.
But the point is, there are a lot of single moms out there. Even so, single mothers agree that even when overwhelmed, there's usually a way to work out problems.
But often times when heard, it takes on all kinds of other ugly misreadings.