Think about your life, right now, at this very moment. If you had to do it all over again, would you? If you could take back the first path you walked on would you change direction? When you first met that "special" guy, would you have said, "next." If you could have gone back to school, held off on ... Read More »
Single Mom Stories
As a single mom do you ever feel stuck? Do you want your life to be different?
Do you want to see hope for the future?
This page will empower you with tools to recognize and overcome the practical and emotional obstacles to your success while gaining the wisdom and courage to move forward. Read here touching stories of parenting, friendship and faith. Be inspired by reading stories about real-life situations that single parents face. Learn how strength, determination and faith can overturn any obstacle that comes our way. Get inspired by single moms' uplifting stories of endurance and success in raising along accomplished children. These stories of sacrifice, hope, deception, despair, endurance and success are encouraging to single mothers struggling in similar situations.
Find here: Life Starts At Mom ::: Soulful Stories On Momhood by Erin :::Stories of Parenting by Laurie ::: Alice’s Stories About Real-life ::: Randi's Stories ::: Renee’s Tools to Success ::: Debbie's Stories ::: Veronica's Stories ::: Books For Single Moms
It won't be like this forever. Your burdens won't last forever. Your bills won't be around forever. You won't have school forever. You won't struggle forever. You won't have car problems forever. You won't be around rude people forever. You won't have to hold your child's hand forever. You ... Read More »
A Mother's Son So often we talk about how to get through life as a single mom. What to do about our financial problems, how to manage the ever changing roles single mothers carry. We discuss the relationships of our past, and talk about how we can make better choices in the future. We share ... Read More »
Really? No, there is no such thing. Just as the magazines and media can present the photo-shopped perfect image, (again, no such thing)... moms can get caught up in that whole notion of comparing themselves to what looks like the "perfect" mom. Mapping out quality time with your kids, getting ... Read More »
Our 4th of July was a little different this year. Like many families, ours is scattered in different corners, and except for the main Holidays, it's getting more and more difficult for all of us to get together. I had contacted the kids a few weeks back and told them our family dog of 16 years was ... Read More »
I was lucky to have raised my children, back in the days where families shared fireworks, and block parties. We lived in a cul-de-sac. Every 4th of July family and neighbors pitched in and bought fireworks. Back when I was married, we splurged on extra "spinning flowers" to throw in the street. In ... Read More »
I never realized that my own daughters would struggle with many of the decisions in raising children as my generation did. Back in the eighties all the young moms in my neighborhood couldn't wait to step into the work force and be respected as much as a man. I remember the many conversations all ... Read More »
The other day my daughter came over with her little girl, who is almost one. She was sitting on the floor playing with her as we both watched her learning to walk. We started talking about how children mimic their parents. (and anyone who is close to them.) It occurred to my daughter that when she ... Read More »
You can't tell a single mother there is something positive when she struggles to pay her light bill. That mother doesn't see her hardship as a life lesson yet, knowing there's only $38.00 to budget for a week's worth of groceries. That mother can't see the wisdom in those struggles, not yet ... Read More »
You know how a child asks to push them faster on the swings? They seem so fearless in their joy of reaching new heights and never question how high they should go...It reminded me of the other day. I was with my daughter in law and her two children and we also brought my nine month old ... Read More »