A practical yet "out of the box" how to on making an income for the single parent, those in-between jobs, college students, and those who wish to pursue a dream.
However, after you are alone in it, all this looks a bit stressful. Don't be disheartened! It is no longer unusual to be a single parent. Since the 1970s the concept of a family has been evolving and today you are nearly three times more likely to live under the guidance of a single parent in comparison to the past. Today the concept of a 'traditional family of 4' (husband, wife and kids) is no longer a standard. This book is tailor-made for single parents and offers them with practical guidance and tips on how they can get over their emotional turmoil and emerge as excellent parents. While using this book as a guide, you can make the most of your family by adding some fun back in. As a single parent, you would have many apprehensions and concerns which, I am sure this book will be able to cater to.
Parenting is a blessed, but challenging, vocation--even in a home with two parents. Those who find themselves parenting alone, whether from divorce or separation, the death of a spouse or the lengthy absence of a partner, have a daunting mission. How can you make time for handing on the faith when there are bills to pay, a house to clean, clothes to wash and a thousand other demands on your time? "When You Are a Single Parent tackles this important question with practical advice for doing it all without forgetting why you are doing it. Jeanne Hunt offers specific ideas to help you create a support network, set limits and priorities, plan household tasks and celebrate family moments. Use her insights to transform your home from a battlefield where the war for your time is fought to a spiritual sanctuary. Rather than another set of obligations to fulfill, your faith can be a powerful ally in creating a happier, healthier home.
Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. 1st World Library-Literary Society is a non-profit educational organization. Visit us online at www.1stWorldLibrary.ORG - - Childhood is a stage in the process of that continual remanufacture of the Life Stuff by which the human race is perpetuated. The Life Force either will not or cannot achieve immortality except in very low organisms: indeed it is by no means ascertained that even the amoeba is immortal. Human beings visibly wear out, though they last longer than their friends the dogs. Turtles, parrots, and elephants are believed to be capable of outliving the memory of the oldest human inhabitant. But the fact that new ones are born conclusively proves that they are not immortal. Do away with death and you do away with the need for birth: in fact if you went on breeding, you would finally have to kill old people to make room for young ones
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