Advice on How to Handle Parenting Issues

Raising children is tough – and it’s many times tougher if you’re a single parent.

You’ve got to balance a busy and complicated adult life with the health and happiness of your children. Everything from getting your kid to school to finding time to run errands is harder when you don’t have a built-in support network. You have to play the roles of educator, enforcer, caregiver, comforting parent. Fortunately, you’re not alone.

Read here advice on how to handle parenting issues. This section also provides information on parenting children with special needs, homeschooling, parenting resources for all ages, and much more.

Lord, Help Me I’m A Single Mother

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Lord, Help Me, I'm a Single Mother is a memoir and collection of poetry about a single mother and the struggles she faced. The life of a single mother ever challenging as you must be both a mother and a father. It is nearly impossible to imagine raising children on your own, but when you have to, ... Read More »

100 Ways to Make a Grumpy Kid Smile

100 Ways to Make a Grumpy Kid Smile

As a mother, I know how it feels to see your child’s face light up with joy, glee or contentment. Unfortunately, no kid, no matter how pleasant his disposition, seems to wear that cheerful expression for long. In my book, 100 Ways to make a Grumpy Kid Smile, I provide loads of tips, advice and ... Read More »

Sleep Solutions for Single Mothers

Sleep Solutions for Single Mothers

Losing some sleep is a part of any new parent life, but true sleep deprivation can be a challenging part of a single mother life that can seem to have no end in sight. In the middle of the night, there is no one else to tend to the child except mommy and when night turn into day mommy can get pushed ... Read More »

Attachment Single Parenting

Attachment Single Parenting

While sometimes seen as an only a trendy new-age form of parenting, - attachment parenting is actually a style of caring for your baby – that brings out the best in the baby and the best in the parent. Attachment parenting encourages you to first open your mind and heart to the individual needs of ... Read More »