Balancing children and dating
Single parenthood can bring added pressure and stress to the job of raising children.
With no one to share day-to-day responsibilities or decision-making, single parents must provide greater support for their children while they themselves may feel alone.
I don’t know if my advice was the best, but I believe it opened the door for deeper conversations in the future.
I mentioned at the beginning of this month that I was doing the Whole 30 challenge.
On top of all of that, we had to go to the grocery store very often.
In fact, we were there at least twice every week, and sometimes three times.
Let your children know about the changes in the family.
Sit quietly with your children and allow them to talk about their feelings. You will need the support that family and friends can give.
Get to know other single parents through support groups.
There's debate over whether sugar can be addicting or not, but there is little debate over the fact that--whether sugar is a "poison" or not--we're getting too much of it.
In fact, it's estimated that the average American is eating 152 pounds of sugar a year, that equates to 42.5 teaspoons per day, or nearly four times the recommended maximum.