Category Single Mothers

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Who Am I?

Divorce Can Cause Identity Crisis Caterpillar asks, “Who are YOU?” to which Alice replies she no longer really knows anymore, after all the recent changes.     –  Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll  If you’ve had trouble with self identity after a long-term marriage or significant relationship, personality profiling can help. As a personality specialist I […]

Are You Humble

Humility We are all put-off by arrogance. Arrogance that is the opposite of humility. We expect our leaders to know it all but not to be a “Know It All.” We like to know the answers. There are those who have what is called “spiritual certainty.” Humility misses the point somehow. We even consider it […]

Money Matters SMORE Card Deck

Money Management for the Single Mom

From Dave Ramsey: Career woman. The kids’ taxi driver. Master of the budget. Grocery shopper, chef, and cleaner-upper. Single moms carry these titles and more day in and day out. Talk about busy schedules filled with meaningful responsibilities! Over the years, we’ve had a countless number of single moms call and write in with questions […]

Words to Lose

Avoid These Words Our tongues can cause us and others serious trouble, hurt and sorrow. Watch out for these three words, especially when you talk with your children. They hear you.

Are Your Boundaries Protecting You?

All proceeds from this course go to SMORE for Women, supporting single moms in college.

Become the Parent Your Child Needs

Parenting with Personalities in Mind To take the FREE class you may search this blog using “Become the Parent” in the search window to your right. Or you may go through the classes more easily HERE.

Our Single Mom Graduates

Jackie has Degree in Social Work& is a member of the National Social Work Honor Society When I met with Jackie I was amazed and impressed with her sacrificial attitude and  her humility. I learned that she began taking care of her five siblings when she was twelve years old and her mother died. As I’ve […]

A Time for Patience

Patience for Days Like These Nature teaches me so many things. I have a childlike adoration for watching plants grow. My husband pulls me away from this computer and takes me on beautiful hikes. We identify wildflowers and trees. We listen to birds. All away from the troubled world. These days stretch out and blend […]

Honoring a Single Mother

Jackie Graduates An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. – Benjamin Franklin Jackie Guillory, a Port Arthur native, deserved a chance. She is a mother of five and grandmother of five. She began taking care of others at the age of twelve when her mother died. Against the odds she managed to get half […]

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Become the Parent-That Creates Harmony

Personalities for Harmony in Your Home You may not have grown up in a home with harmony. It takes effort. We are finishing this course with goals. SMART goals. To set SMART goals they must be S-specific, M-measureable, A-achieveable, R-relevant, and T-time bound. Don’t say I will make an effort to make things better. That […]