When listening to our guests, I was reminded that our presumptions of people are rarely correct. When you think of “single parents”, do you have a particular type of person or situation in mind?
Together, our guests represent three different single parenting circumstances: co-parenting in different homes, single parenting (with sporadic involvement from the other parent), and sole parenting (when the other parent dies).
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What are the specific challenges of single and sole parents?
How do single parents meet their needs for rest and support?
We talk about having the maturity to acknowledge our mistakes so that we can learn from them. We don’t have to have all the answers for ourselves or our kids. Instead, we can explore our grief, confusion, love, and be open to ask and receive support from others.