Being a single mother or father can be very overwhelming!
There are so many responsibilities involved with being a parent and being single can certainly make it difficult.
Coping with the idea of divorce for you and your children can make your head spin hundred degrees.
The questions arise as to who will get to keep the children which days and which holidays.
Finding a new place to put down roots is hard enough when you’re single, let alone when you attach “mom” to that status and a kid, or several, to your hip.
By then you’re dealing with a different ballgame and literally some extra baggage.
We also have a Singles Sunday school class that meets at AM in Room M1 every Sunday where you can get to know individuals through a Bible-based lesson and fellowship at lunch after class.
We also offer small groups for Singles including gender-specific Women’s and Men’s groups, Coed Groups, Single Parents, and Widowed.
Do you feel like no one understands what you are going through?But whether by volition or otherwise, the role of an unattached parent can be somewhat of a financial tightrope act, especially if you’re a single mom relying on a single income. And solo-mom families are more likely than single-dad units to live under poverty, with child-care costs that exceed the cost of rent in every state eating a good chunk of their earnings. cities is based on 17 key indicators of an ideal environment in which single moms have access to ample job opportunities and earn a livable income while their children receive the best and most cost-effective care.In 2014, the median income for a home led by an unmarried mom totaled ,403, not even a third of the ,541 for families headed by married parents, according to U. In light of Women’s History Month and National Single Parent Day on March 21, Wallet Hub’s analysts decided to honor single moms by identifying the most suitable cities for their families. Scroll down for the winners, additional expert commentary on single motherhood and its challenges, as well as a full description of our methodology.Parents Without Partners provides single parents and their children with an opportunity for enhancing personal growth, self-confidence and sensitivity towards others by offering an environment for support, friendship and the exchange of parenting techniques.
For the minor children of single parents, it offers them the opportunity to meet peers living within the same family structure and thriving.
Janet Gallinati presented to the winner of the PWP Informational Basket.