6 edition of The single mother"s handbook found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Elizabeth S. Greywolf.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||83062356|
Here's a handbook for Daddy-o that'll give him a boost of confidence when it comes time to bring baby home. Not only does the book give Dad info about how to care for his child, but it also provides insight about how the new mama is feeling, too. Featuring New Yorker cartoons and modern research, this is a must-have for any new : Dana Baardsen. A Single Woman's Handbook. Making it as a Single Parent is an acknowledgment to the more than million female single parent heads of households in this country, who until recently have not been credited for being the single most influence entrusted with the well-being of mankind.
Single Mothers by Choice: A Guidebook for Single Women Who Are Considering or Have Chosen Motherhood by Jane Mattes, L.C.S.W. Overview - The first handbook for the rapidly growing number of American women choosing single motherhood, written by the director of the national organization, Single Mothers by Choice. Single parents face a triple bind of inadequate resources, employment, and policies, which in combination further complicate their lives. This edited book - multi-disciplinary and comparative in.
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Single moms haven't had many books to turn to in times of distress. Most parenting guides either moralize to her or ignore her altogether.
Patrice Karst has righted that wrong with The Single Mother's Survival book is obviously designed to console--and fast--the poor mom who has once again dragged the baby into the bathroom with her because she literally cannot get a moment alone/5(67).
Readers are leaders. Whatever your single-mom related questions, issues, joys or challenges are, there is a single mom book for it. In fact, I wrote a book for you, too. Here is my list of vetted titles of books for single mothers, designed for you in whatever state of your journey, in no particular order *cough* Featured: The Kickass Single Mom.
The Single Mother's Book book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. More than 14 million women in American are single mothers, facing /5(3). The single mother's handbook.
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Jane Mattes, the author, is the single mother of a 17 year old son (at the time the book was written) and a counselor who has traveled around the country meeting with many single mothers by choice.
The book discusses all of the things that a single woman should consider before embarking on motherhood, and provides lots of guidance and anecdotes Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greywolf, Elizabeth S. Single mother's handbook. New York: Quill, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
Counseling can be really helpful to sort through all the big emotions that we face each day, but sometimes that’s not an option.
I have found that a good encouraging book can be just the thing. Here’s a list of 10 of my favorite books full of encouragement for us single mommas.
The Mother’s Handbook is the great gift my best friend’s mom bestowed on me decades ago in her ’s tan kitchen. I hope to add to The Mother’s Handbook as I grow into my mothering.
And, just maybe, get my kids to eat a little bit of tuna fish along the way. Single Mom University (SMU) is an online life skills program created for single moms to enhance existing life skills and discover new ones. Each class is self-paced and designed with the busy single mom in mind.
You can take one ten-minute class each day, once a week, or participate in several each month. Your progress is up to you. If you’re interested in talking to other celebrities’ representatives, along with members of the Single Mothers management team, The Handbook is jam-packed with oververified celebrity contacts for planning events, interviews and promotions.
Nerese “Tweetie” Ammons (Samaritan, by Richard Price)Detective Nerese Ammons is the kind of single mom who makes the world go round. Not only is she a capable detective, solving crimes and teaching kids from the impoverished New Jersey neighborhood she clawed her way out of how to stay clear of trouble, but she’s raising her teenage son, Darren, and supporting her elderly alcoholic.
"Traditional family" fanatics will hate this book, in which columnist Engber--founder of the National Organization of Single Mothers and "SingleMOTHER" newsletter--and psychologist Klungness offer other single moms some pages of encouraging, practical advice on meeting the challenges of parenting without : Adams Media.
Jane Mattes, the author, is the single mother of a 17 year old son (at the time the book was written) and a counselor who has traveled around the country meeting with many single mothers by choice. The book discusses all of the things that a single woman should consider before embarking on motherhood, and provides lots of guidance and anecdotes 4/5(37).
In70 percent of American mothers with children under the age of 18 were employed or looking for work; and in families with two parents, only around 30 percent had stay-at-home moms Author: Lauren Smith Brody. 26 Why Single Parenthood Affects Children Obviously, this is a complex issue.
Some disagreement in a family may be healthy, and a temporary period of conflict between parents is less detrimental to children than persistent conflict or divorce; yet too much conflict can be quite destructive.
Books for children conceived by alternative means. These books are written in age-approriate loving language and tell the story of how a child came to be. This version is for Single Mothers By Choice who conceived a child using donor sperm insemination. The words sperm and egg are not used in the book.
The term donor is used. While there are a TON of books out there that I think send the wrong messages to singles (anything having to do with “make any man fall in love with you” or “get married in 6 months or less by reading this book!”) there are also some really great books out there that have inspired, challenged, and motivated me to embrace my single life.
Als ich ziemlich zerrupft und angeschlagen in einer kleinen Wüstencity mit dem vielversprechenden Namen „ Mothers “ angeritten komme, lege ich wie üblich und nicht anders zu erwarten einen denkenswerten Auftritt hin. Ich habe einfach nur Panik, dass ich in dem Nest auf ähnlich Verrückte stoßen könnte wie die, deren erlauchter Gesellschaft ich grade mehr tot als lebendig um.
“Transformation is a process, not an event.” – John P. Kotter, author of Leading Change “To be leader, start with yourself.” Jacob Morgan, INC Magazine. Compare book prices from overbooksellers.
Find Single Mothers' Handbook () by Greywolf, Elizabeth S.The Handbook of Parenting concerns itself with: *different types of parents--mothers and fathers, single, adolescent, and adoptive parents; *basic characteristics of parenting--behaviors, knowledge, beliefs, and expectations about parenting; *forces that shape parenting--evolution, genetics, biology, employment, social class, culture.The result was the most beautiful morning of writing and finishing the book, the real book.
My cousin, who is an awesome illustrator, is going to draw my ideas into the story, so I can actually make a real book as a gift for Marco, and use it when he starts asking about his dad.