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Married mom, solo parent

Carla Anne Coroy

Married mom, solo parent

finding God"s strength to face the challenge

by Carla Anne Coroy

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Published by Kregel Publications in Grand Rapids, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parenting,
  • Mother and child,
  • Child rearing,
  • Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCarla Anne Coroy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4529.18 .C673 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24885748M
    ISBN 109780825426261
    LC Control Number2011024223


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Married mom, solo parent by Carla Anne Coroy Download PDF EPUB FB2

With practical suggestions, anecdotes, and biblical teaching, this book encourages moms to see their position as a high calling, to find healing amidst their worries and frustrations, and to tap into God's strength for help in facing the daily challenge of being a married mom, solo  › Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Christian Living.

Married Mom, Solo Parent is a common-sense, down-to-earth look at the struggles wives and mothers face when their husband is not actively involved in family life. Writing from her own experience as a married single mom, Carla Anne Coroy will help wives and mothers sort through their questions, such as: Can I do this alone.

There are a lot of books out there on single parenting, but I have yet, until reading this book, seen one about being a "married, solo parent!" What is so solo parent book is, that a married, solo parent could be a military mom or dad, a spouse of a Dr.

Or lawyer, there are so   RELATED: 5 Reasons Being A Single Mom Is Way Better Than Being A Married Mom Ossiana Tepfenhart is a writer based out of Red Bank, New   In Going Solo, Laura Marshak skillfully weaves together extensive interviews and survey results of solo mothers and fathers (and grandparents, too) with reliable coping strategies gleaned from 25 years as a practicing psychologist and specialist in disability adjustment.

The book's insightful personal narratives and the author's deconstruction I have three grown children, and I am fortunate to have had a husband who has always been a nurturing and capable co-parent. But I realize that families take many forms, and single parent homes are becoming more common every year.

In fact, 21% of all families in the US are headed by single mothers and 86% of single parent homes are headed by :// Solo Parent Society is a nonprofit organization that helps single parents and their families thrive through powerful resources, authentic community, and advocacy to provide relief & support.

and Going Solo, Robert’s book, he really does offer hope and healing for the single mom or dad out there.” In We Got This, seventy-five solo mom writers tell the truth about their lives—their hopes and fears, their resilience and setbacks, their embarrassments and triumphs.

Some of these writers’ names will sound familiar, like Amy Poehler, Anne Lamott, and Elizabeth Alexander, while In most cases, the non-custodial parent continues taking part in the rearing of the child.

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Married moms probably win out in the end, just because they have Dad's extra assistance, emotional support and income. “I couldn't be a good mother if it weren't for my great husband,” insists.