Growing up like this seemed rare, as statistics would say I was destined to be raised by a single mom or by a grandmother. I knew that if I ever had a kid, I would again, beat the stereotypical staticstic. I always feared that living this title would prove too hard. A lot of single parents sleep better at night because there is only positivity surrounding them: their children and anything else that makes them happy.
If you've ever been a single parent, what would your best and worst be?
More than okay, actually, but y'know, touch wood and all that.
I've written about the pros and cons of single parenting before, but this time 'round I thought I'd ask some fellow lone parents for their thoughts.
How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
Single parenting is a bit like learning to ride a unicycle: trickier than riding a two-wheeler, but with practice it gets easier, and staying upright and moving forward can be very rewarding.