Author Archives: Gail Cawley Showalter
Easter Brings Hope
Spring is my favorite time of year
Single Moms – Have You Ever Been Hurt By a Charmer?
Single Moms, Don’t be misled “One of the reasons you may never feel you can get the upper hand in the situation is that invalidators or ‘nasties’ are not nasty all the time. It’s when their feelings of insecurity or inferiority are on the rampage that we receive a bruising. Invalidators usually try to look big, but […]
Spiritual Growth for Single Moms
Single mothers have spiritual challenges that many others don’t relate to “Spiritual growth brings us to our knees. It puts us in our place. Surrender is necessary and we don’t do surrender very well. Ask us to organize a committee we can do that. Ask us to plan a new wing for the church, we […]
Were You Ever a Single Mom Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place?
Single Moms find themselves in lose-lose situations. “For many women, difficulties and disappointments are frequent events; however, as with most rough journeys in life, there is much to learn. There are experiences that look much like “rocks in the road” but once they are polished, they become gems.” – from Living Learning Loving Revised Edition […]
Experience as Single Mom
“As a woman who has been through a divorce and who parented three children for sixteen years, I have learned a few survival skills in the process and believe life is all about growth and letting experience be one of the best teachers life can offer.” Second edition of Living Learning Loving will be available […]
Living Learning Loving book for Single Moms and Others
“As a woman who has been through a divorce and who parented three children for sixteen years, I have learned a few survival skills in the process and believe life is all about growth and letting experience be one of the best teachers life can offer.” the second edition of Living Learning Loving will be […]
Living Learning Loving for Single Moms
My book, Living Learning Loving, to relaunch with second edition in March “I’ve spent many days in solitude, some by choice—others not. Either way I have learned more, stretched more, and grown more during those times.” from the first chapter – Living with Solitude.
Living Learning Loving will relaunch in March
Learning from Others I grew up with three older siblings. I admired each of them and thought they could do no wrong. So over the years I watched and learned from watching them. I hope you will learn from the experiences I share in my book, Living Learning Loving. It will be relaunched in March. […]
The Christmas Gift
One of My Favorite Radio Spots for Single Moms & All Believers Radio spot as it aired on KLBT 88.1