Are you a single parent trying to have a dating life when you have a teenager at home? Do you feel like you have a “parent” watching as you walk out the door?
A report from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey says there are more single moms than ever before and 6 in 10 are in their early 20s.
Single mom advisor and healthy lifestyle expert has five reasons why being a single parent can sometimes be better than raising children in a married household.
Advice guru Marnie Macauley has humorous and savvy solutions for navigating the complexities of single parents dating with children in the mix.
Divorced parents can face uncomfortable situations when they try to date under the watchful eyes of their children.
Children adopted by single men has doubled since 1998, but the idea persists that in the case of a solo parent, only women can nurture a child.
Yes, it is possible to be raising kids single handedly and still be able to enjoy trips near and far.
The old idea that single people should not be allowed to adopt is being put to rest as the single demographic grows and attitudes begin to change.