Category Single Mothers
Transitions Look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else. – Tom Stoppard A new year has dawned and we can look forward to our new days ahead. When our lives go through a change of seasons it is easy to see only the surface side of the situation. If the transition is sad […]
Single & Parenting Kit This kit is wonderful for using with a group of single parents. I used it with single moms on three different occasions. Every time the mothers gained a greater understanding and tools for parenting as a single parent. I hope you will find your own group to share it with. I […]
I like to review the previous year and make goals (not resolutions) for the upcoming year. In SMORE we stress achieving your highest potential.
“Joy to the World” was playing on the car radio, but I did not feel any joy in my world. It was five days before Christmas – the first Christmas since my divorce and the first one I would spend without my children.
I’m conflicted about Christmas. This isn’t new. It’s crept up on me for years. I do love the decorations, the sparkling lights, trees, and Santa’s. I really like the cookies, the candles, and candy canes. I love the music of the season, too. The seasonal parties are heartwarming. Children’s anticipations and squeals are delightful. So […]
We hear sermons about not being like the Pharisees and at the same time we have the unwritten expectations of members of our churches.
A mother’s influence is significant. Ben Carson is one example.
As the years have gone (or flown) by I’ve learned a few lessons. The main one is I’m not the one in charge. It is only when I release that I am able to embrace life.
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