Category Single Mothers

Are You Alone?

Lonely is Not the Same as Solitude Thought from Kay Miller, a single mother and SMORE Board Member I am not a person to set intentional goals or dreams for myself. However, I have always thought when the boys left home for college, my dad was the only tie that kept me tethered to Southeast […]

Why Authenticity is Important

Your spiritual life and your physical life may be in conflict as mine was. I think that the goal of spiritual growth is to bring them into complete coordination with each other. Freedom comes to life when you are authentic in all ways.

Take Control of Your Thoughts

I’ve spent a great deal of my adult like (lots of years) thinking about how I think. Why do I always gravitate to the negative? Why do I continually struggle with judgmental reactions to others?

How to Maintain Your Car

Maintaining Your Car Having a reliable automobile is not optional, at least not in southeast Texas. And most of us, women that is, do not know very much about how to maintain our vehicles. So I asked my husband, Sam, to create a checklist and this is what he came up with. It is more […]

Life Coach for Women

Testimony “I met Gail at a pivotal time in my life. I was a newly divorced single mom of 2 boys and when I heard her speak at a ladies conference, I identified with her immediately. We began a friendship that has turned out to be one of the most significant relationships in my life. […]

Life Transitions

With Transitions Comes New Life “Each transition begins with an ending. Change mean letting go of the old before we are able to embrace the new.” -William Bridges read more Talking with women about handling the transitions in their lives is one thing I can do to help. As a Life Coach with years and […]

Get (Back) on Track

It is bound to happen. We find ourself off the track. We’ve lost our bearings and are unsure which way is up.

A Sad Start to School Dream

I had a sad dream last night. My children were young and it was the first day of school.

Trees Represent Resilience

On this day 2001 we didn’t know if or how we could recover. Together we managed even with adapted travel procedures at our airports. Now we are in the midst of a pandemic, something none of us have lived through before.

Stability & Support for Single Moms

I understand that college students are seven times less likely to graduate if they don’t have a support system. SMORE for Women aims to offer the support that single mothers need to finish a college degree. Just as the roots of this tree are holding it up, keeping it from falling. They have a adapted […]