Raising Great Kids on Your Own: A Guide and Companion for Every Single Parent

Raising Great Kids on Your Own A Guide and Companion for Every Single Parent One parent households frame the new landscape of American family life But raising kids alone is hard work and single parenting is a struggle for most David and Lisa Frisbie provide a practical and pr

  • Title: Raising Great Kids on Your Own: A Guide and Companion for Every Single Parent
  • Author: David Frisbie Lisa Frisbie
  • ISBN: 9780736919418
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • One parent households frame the new landscape of American family life But raising kids alone is hard work, and single parenting is a struggle for most David and Lisa Frisbie provide a practical and proactive plan single moms or single dads can use to nourish their own souls, maintaining a vibrant faith in God and a vital connection to family and friends nurture theiOne parent households frame the new landscape of American family life But raising kids alone is hard work, and single parenting is a struggle for most David and Lisa Frisbie provide a practical and proactive plan single moms or single dads can use to nourish their own souls, maintaining a vibrant faith in God and a vital connection to family and friends nurture their children, empowering kids to successfully process the trauma of divorce manage their households as they assume roles and tasks that may lie well outside their comfort zone build a future they can enjoy, making choices about education, careers, finances, and relationships The Frisbies constant travel and ongoing counseling ministry provide a rich reservoir of effective strategies and ideas Moms and dads who parent alone will find confidence and hope from this manageable and optimistic approach.

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    1. Hm I guess this book might be a good source of encouragement to brand-new single parents, but I didn't get much out of it. The advice given is to go to church, let your family help you out, and take care of yourself. Yeah right! It sounds good to say "Make sure you get plenty of sleep," but that is just not going to happen! And what if your family can't help with childcare? The book just assumes everyone is in the same situation. Most of the chapters about children and divorce don't even apply t [...]

    2. This book should have the words "Divorced" and "Christian" in the sub-title! That was clearly the target audience! I managed to glean some useful info in spite of the fact that I am neither, but it was a bit irritating.

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