When I wrote Don’t Call That Man! more than a decade ago, there were only three ways to contact a man you had broken up with or who had broken up with you. Either you’d call him on the telephone, see him in person, or you could write him a letter, put a stamp on it and mail it. Today’s technology ... 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.
Rhonda Findling, author of the bestselling and internationally acclaimed Don’t Call That Man! A Survival Guide To Letting Go has written a new book to help women during their dating journey in the millennium: Don’t Text That Man! A Guide To Self Protective Dating in the Age of Technology. Don’t ... Read More »
The book Owenopolis follows a day in the life of an amazing boy named Owen. Owen lives in Brooklyn, NY, in a single parent home. We get an insight into Owen's world by following him through his day from the time he wakes up until he goes to sleep at night. His day is long and filled with exciting ... Read More »
As a homeless, unwed, teen mom, I often wondered if anyone could hear me. Did anyone hear me cry at night? Did anyone hear the screams? Did anyone understand my struggles? Was the pain on the outside of me as loud as it was on the inside? Would we eat tonight or go hungry - again? Overwhelmed: ... Read More »
Lessons in breaking the curse of the good girl-from the bestselling author of "Odd Girl Out" Girls today still pressure themselves to conform to the old, narrow paradigm of a nice, people-pleasing, rule-following, even-tempered, socially acceptable good girl, shunning the image of a rebellious, ... Read More »