We're no longer going to focus on the disappointments of the past. We're no longer going to believe that the only men we can attract are fixer-uppers, men that we have to nurture and raise and get to the point where they can be what we and our children need. (we've already got children. We don't ... Read More »
Books For Single Moms
Single mothers carry an enormous load of responsibility, especially those having sole and/or primary custody of minor children.
They nourish, they nurture, they teach, they discipline, they shelter, they protect, and they provide… all without the assistance of another equally-invested adult.
There are numerous books written for, written by or dedicated to single mothers. Here you can read about many of these books, get information on them and see which SingleMom.com find interesting. Some of these books are also offered in the giveaway section.
As a teacher and a mother, I have a special soft spot for children. I believe that all children should be loved, cherished and above all, protected. Nothing burns me up more than parents who think their job as a parent is done as long as shelter, food and clothing are provided. Children need so ... Read More »
The statistics can get pretty grim, in terms of the amount of children of single parents living in poverty, especially, and the disparity in education, income and marriage rate for Black women compared to their White counterparts. But this book isn't about statistics, because, as I stated before, ... Read More »
How did you arrive at the destination of dating mom? Are you fresh out of a marriage, a long-term relationship or was it complicated? Are your beautiful children the glorious products of a decades-long marriage "sanctified by God and the State", a one-night stand, or a sperm bank (or turkey ... Read More »
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 »
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 »
Ever wished you knew how to go on living the good life in tough times? Frugality is the new reality, but doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your lifestyle and turn into a no-fun cheapskate. In fact, after reading this book, you’ll find that frugality can be a blast and you can still end up with more ... Read More »
You've just become a single mother. There are tons of thoughts running through your head including self-pity, reluctance, and maybe even unresolved feelings about your ex-husband. Allow yourself a few days of pity and large amounts of chocolate and then pick up this book and learn to again embrace ... Read More »
A comprehensive guide to buying on the Internet, Online Shopper’s Survival Kit will teach you how to effectively and safely shop online for just about anything. With input from expert buyers and sellers, it discusses strategies for getting a great deal on online merchandise, including the top ... Read More »
If you’ve ever been left feeling broken, hurt, injured and/or traumatized by a man, then you’ve had an involvement with a Malignant Man. If you’ve ever had a connection with a man who totally confused you with double messages, then you’ve been with a Malignant Man. If you’ve ever known a man ... Read More »