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Chores can be family fun!

by Aundie Donohue
Chores never seem to be the favorable thing to do. This weekend turn that around and make getting chores done …read more

10 Questions Kids Have About Divorce – and How to Answer Them

If you’re a mother and considering/going through a divorce, this topic ranks right up there on the most dreaded conversations to have. “How to tell the kids” is bad, but

8 Tips For Co-Parenting Success After Divorce

Parenting following a divorce can be complex, frustrating and confusing. However, every day parents around the world are coping with the challenges and raising happy, well-adjusted children. As founder of

Women: When Divorce Changes Your Relationship Status, Your Financial Strategy Changes

Women: When Divorce Changes Your Relationship Status, Your Financial Strategy Changes When you get a divorce, your entire world changes. But at a time when it may feel like things

Learning to Love, I Mean Cook Again…

Or for the First Time. After the tears have dried, and the cycles of life start spinning again... It's Part of the Food Pyramid... the seas calm, the boat  is

Single Parenting Resources

Single parenting can leave you needing some guidance. There are lots of books and tidbits to help make for a positive single parenting environment. We have put together a list of what you might need to succeed when you find yourself in a single parenting rut for you and your children.

You are Not Your Chaos: How to Calm yourself when Feeling Strong Emotions

Strong emotions can be dominating. It can consume you and can alter your personality. It can lead into chaos within. Nonetheless, keep in mind that this chaos should never define

5 Single Parent Strategies for Communicating with your Child’s Other Parent

London-based Jennifer Broadley has been a successful single parent for many years. She offers some valuable thoughts about how best to communicate with your child's other parent. While some of