Yes, believe it not, other folks are hurting and need your help.
By helping others, you can actually help yourself heal faster.
Would it be at all shocking to you, to hear and learn that as many as ONE THIRD of families in the USA today, are headed up by a single parent (both male and female representatives)?
Personal circumstance, divorce, abandonment, even death, leaves the main custodial, remaining parent having to cope with all the care-giving, nurturing, role-modeling, challenges, rewards, obstacles and joys meant for a partnership of TWO!
Few parents are really prepared for dealing with the aftermath of the loss of a partner, let alone a fellow parent, regardless of the cause. With the handy tips, suggestions and recommendations in this e-book you will discover the joys and secrets of single parenting.
Oftentimes feelings of desperation, being overwhelmed and stressed out, are very typical. Here are just some of the major, initial challenges most single parents face : This social and societal reality we refer to as SINGLE PARENTING – that we increasingly find ourselves in – can be highly intricate and quite complex.
Regardless of your income or health-insurance provisions, you can find professional counseling to fit your budget, so don’t assume counseling is only for your wealthy friends.
Reach out to other single parents who may feel like they’re having problems fitting in, too.
Invite them and their kids over for a potluck dinner or a picnic in the park.
Explore ideas for making your way in the world as a single person.
The better you feel about yourself as a person, the better you’ll feel as a single parent.
Whether your spouse has died or you’ve just survived a painful divorce, you’re going through a grieving process that includes denial, anger, bargaining, and depression and finally ends in acceptance.