10 Things You Will Only Understand When You Are a Single Parent

10 Things You Will Only Understand When You Are a Single Parent

Single Parenting
Being a single parent is not an easy task. It comes with several sacrifices, difficult life choices, stress, anxiety, etc. Help for single mothers are seldom available and they have to do everything on their own. You will seldom hear a single mom complain about it though. They know who they are doing it for; their kids! For kids, a mother can do extraordinary things and that is what most single moms have to do for the most part of their parenting life. The life of a single parent revolves around certain things. Today, I have listed some things that only single parents can relate to, with the hope that in some way it can become help for single mothers. [caption id="attachment_258" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Photo by Jakub Kriz on Unsplash[/caption]…
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5 Common Misconceptions about Single Parenting

5 Common Misconceptions about Single Parenting

Single Parenting
[caption id="attachment_244" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Photo by Valeria Zoncoll on Unsplash[/caption] A large number of children in the United States are raised without fathers. Being a single mom is no longer rare. Considering how common it is, one might think that the misconceptions regarding single parenting would have disappeared. That is far from the truth. Being a single mom is not an easy thing; you often have to face hurtful discrimination. In this article, I have listed the most common misconceptions, so that we can raise awareness and move past them. 1) “Keep Your Men Away” It is a common notion among women that single mothers try to win over their men. They think that being a single mom, they need a man who they can depend on and so they…
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Infographic: Single Parent Survival Guide

Infographic: Single Parent Survival Guide

Single Parenting
No doubt, raising children is the toughest job in the world. Having to raise them on your own requires super-human strength, mentally as well as physically. You need to do the job of two: Take care of the finances, keep the house clean, wipe snotty noses, and keep your sanity. But it is not impossible, even though on some days it may feel like it is. Getting a job and holding onto it is particularly hard when you are constantly struggling with keeping up with the kids' schedules. However, besides the obvious ways of earning money as a single mom, there are some out-of-the-box things you can do to either save money or earn additional money. An interesting infographic that you can find on Learning 2 Bloom will give you…
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