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On Living with Grown Children
One day you wake up and find that the tiny little baby that needed you for everything had grown into an adult. It comes as no surprise; it is how it is meant to be. But how well, as a parent, do you deal?
Introduction - Pam Wilson, Special Needs Children Editor
Pam Wilson is a wonderful mother who provides insight and encouragement for parents with Special Needs children, along with a great sense of humor and an honesty that makes you feel right at home!
Follow-up: Raising a Child Alone - Abandonment
This is a follow-up article to the one on the issues of raising a child alone due to abandonment. As my children have grown, I have realized that new issues continue to arise in regards to this subject. I hope this article will help the parents of abandoned children realize that healing is an on-g
Supplementing a Single Parent's Income
Single Parents are always looking for ways to increase their income without decreasing their family time. Andreīs Amazon is a web site business that has allowed one single parent to do exactly that while also supporting a cause close to her heart.
Raising A Child Alone - By Death
Raising a child alone is difficult; dealing with the death of a spouse and parent makes it more difficult. These are a few suggestions for the benefit of you and your child.
Raising a Child Alone - Abandonment
Second in a series, this article looks at single parenting due to abandonment of child and family and the challenges it brings to parenting a child.
Raising a Child Alone - Divorce
The first in a series of articles on the challenges of raising a child alone regardless of reason. The series will explore divorce, abandonment, death, and choice.
Book Review: Chicken Soup for the Single Parent's Soul
A brief description and endorsement of the newest Chicken Soup book, "Chicken Soup for the Single Parentīs Soul"
Discussing Sexuality, Part 3: How you do NOT want the conversation to go
Pitfalls to avoid when discussing sexuality with your child.
Discussing Sexuality, Part 2: Talking to Your Child
After you have analyzed your own beliefs, it is time to talk to your child. An open heart, an open mind, and honesty are most important for this conversation.
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