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Interracial Dating and Prejudice
As a follow-up to a previous article on interracial dating, this article looks at prejudice and its effects on the relationships between teens for different races.
Introducing Single Father, Addam
I have been searching for the perspective of a single father for some time and was blessed with meeting Addam. This article introduces you to this dedicated single father as we plan a series of articles addressing parenting issues from a single fatherīs perspective.
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!
Journaling - An Alternative Coping Method
Sooner or later we all need an alternative method for coping. Journaling is an excellent outlet when there is no one to talk to and screaming is inappropriate.
Juggling College, Job and Parenting
Single Parenting is a challenge on its own. Some of us have chosen to further our education in the effort to better provide for our children. Facing those challenges is an educational experience in itself!
Keeping Children Out of Divorce
The break-up of a family due to divorce will always have some impact on the children. However, there are ways for parents to keep this damage to a minimum.
Keeping Kids Safe on the Internet
Lots of sites attempt to tell parents how to keep their children safe on the internet. Which tips are really the best?
Know It All
Know It All: The Little Book of Essential Knowledge is a wealth of information for adults, single parents and their children in a mere 256 pages. How is that possible? Find out!
Learning By Example
As single parents, do we always follow the advice we give to our children? Do our actions set the example that we hope they will follow?
Learning to Let Go
We begin letting go of our children from the time they are born, but none of it prepares us for the time when they move out into the world.
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