(Written by Richard Finn) Marriages do not often end happily. There are some couples which, at the early stage of being together, find out that they are incompatible. Oftentimes, this results in separation or divorce where the supervision of and care for the children is granted to one primary custodian (usually the mother). While this particular scenario leads to single parenthood, the early death of one partner is also a known cause of being a single parent wherein the guardianship of the kids will be under the responsibility of the surviving spouse. Because a single parent needs to fulfill the roles of two parents in a normal household scenario, single parents are known to be tough, hard working individuals. [Read more...]
It’s understandable, as raising a child without assistance from your baby boy or girl’s father could come with all sorts of problems.
However, there are many single parents out there who manage to successfully raise a child or children without needing too much help. There are many reasons why they do this, and here are just a few which might be worth applying to yourself when you’re expecting: [Read more...]
(Written by Elle Yi) One of the positive single parenting effects on children is that when they are raised by one parent their bond and relationship with that parent is generally much superior than it would have been otherwise.
There are numerous positive single parenting effects that are often overlooked. It is essential to concentrate on being the ideal parents possible and remembering all the good that is coming out of raising your child as a single parent.
Positive single parenting deals with how to have a parenting style while taking care of yourself and adjusting to a new way relating to family. Sometimes, a mom or dad can find themselves as the main or only person in the parenting role for their children because of divorce, a difficult relationship or other reasons.