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Unfortunately, the divorce rate is on the rise-especially within the church! As a result, there are many single moms who daily face their own burdens of guilt and fear, all the while trying to care for their children and provide a stable home. These moms need special help, guidance, discipleship, and companionship. There is help! This life-transforming program is a twelve-week journey for single moms-focusing on healing the past, help for the present, and hope for a confident future. New Start for Single Moms is a program that pairs a mentor and a single mom together to explore potential, meet daily challenges, build peaceful homes, and accomplish dreams. Diane Strack wants single moms to understand that they are not alone and that they can be successful in raising their children and overcoming past obstacles.
In this insightful, practical guide, Kristine Carlson offers proven strategies and techniques that empower mothers to manage their busy lives with less stress, more happiness, and greater harmony within themselves and their homes. She reveals how to: Be a Mom, Not a Friend Pursue Your Passion, But Not at the Expense of Your Children Balance Being a Woman and a Mom Empower yourself to live the life you dream of
Motherhood is not what it used to be, as more moms than ever before are having children later on in life. This is the must-have book for all moms who had a child after the age of 35—a group the medical profession not-so-kindly calls—‘advanced maternal age.’ Sharon O’Donnell writes about the humorous and poignant stories of having a child at 38 and how she discovered that breastfeeding and AARP membership aren’t really all that far apart. Sharon says being a mom of a certain age can be tough and rewarding—and rather alarming when you realize that all the TV programs you watch have commercials for incontinence or the Scooter Store.
As a busy mom herself, Mang understands being overloaded and has written a book full of charm and humor to help moms overcome the stress and demands of running a household and caring for the people in it.
Chicken Soup for the Soul: A Tribute to Moms will help you show your thankfulness to the many moms in your life, be it your mother, stepmom, mother-in-law, or even your best girlfriend who is a mother. It's your chance to tell them how much they mean to you and how much you care.
The bestselling Power of a Positive Mom by Karol Ladd now has a contemporary, new cover, new content, and an added Leader’s Guide for Study Groups. This bestselling book—The Power of a Positive Mom—has been revised and updated and is now more powerful and positive than ever. Award-winning author Karol Ladd has spiced up her already life-changing book with fresh concepts, new stories, and a carefully designed Leader’s Guide for Study Groups. Every mom feels a profound sense of responsibility in knowing that how she parents her children will have long-lasting—even eternal—Implications. This book offers seven time-tested principles from the trenches of motherhood. Moms will learn: the power of words and how to use them positively; how to create and offer life-changing prayers for her children and herself; and how to grow an attitude of gratitude in children, and so much more! An excellent resource for stay-at-home and working moms alike, this book will help you become the mom you’ve always wanted to be—positively!
Gives suggestions on how mothers can make a balance between the responsiblities of family, job, and self to reduce stress and restore harmony
In a traditional family, the last thing you can be is who you really are, but it's time for Jacqueline Sanchez to find the woman underneath it all. . . Everyone has their role. My mother is the martyr, my father the distant unapproachable figure, and Noel, with a few brief stints in jail, is considered misunderstood, not a handsome loser. Yolie is just outspoken, not a miserable bitter shrew, which would be her clinical diagnosis in the "real" world. And the rest of my brothers and sisters have problems that my parents consider normal, like bad marriages, unruly children, and too many bills. So is it a surprise that I'm considered the troublemaker of the family? Not happy at home? Move away for college. Hate your job? Find another one. Fallen out of lust, er, love with your husband? Divorce him. I, so far, am the anomaly--or flake--in the family because I'm vocal about how unnecessary it is to be unhappy, and how important it is to do something about it to change your circumstances (thank you, Zoloft!) If I had it my way, my whole family would be comparing dosages at the dinner table the way some families talk about sports or politics. . .