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I flew through the first couple of months after our separation in an adrenaline-powered blur.But things like finding a place to live and paying for it all by myself, taking care of almost all the day-to-day parenting of two small children, and trying to find a job when I'd been out of the workforce since college terrified me.But more than these tragedies, I’ve heard from everyday guys going through garden-variety divorces who thrive in their new, part-time parenting schedules.Several report that their ex-wives dominated domestic decisions and habits, and the men consciously or unconsciously acquiesced to her way of parenting while married. ) Other stories are simply about men no longer taking for granted their time with their children and role as fathers.Inclusion in the single parents directory should not be considered as an endorsement of any kind by Single Parents Network or owners..Neither Single Parents Network nor owners or associations of are responsible for any of the offers / products / services / content and or etc... For the reading impaired: Today's single parents and single parenting alone is hard.Even if my husband and I didn't get along, we were both still deeply invested in the minutiae of running our family.
One-fourth of them are supposed to experience the kind of emotional havoc that renders them useless forever. My kids have seen me write for a living at home, tutor, teach classes, and sew purses at the kitchen table so that I could be available to them after school. When they were in elementary school, they put 4.58 in an envelope and gave it to me. I took one of the dollars and wrote on it: “This is my birthday present from my wonderful daughters who are selfless and sincere and my very special comrades.” I gave the rest back to them and told them not to ever worry. Growing up in a house of girls, they’ve learned about independence, about teamwork, about climbing on ladders and lifting couches and fixing (OK, attempting to fix) leaky shower faucets. Female strength is worth nurturing, and it just happens organically in an all-gal house.
If you are a single mom, here are three things you can do right now to encourage your kids’ dad to be an equal co-parent: Original post: A couple of weeks ago Thomas Matlack wrote on the New York Times’ Motherlode blog about how hitting rock bottom and losing his marriage made him stop drinking and be a better dad.
I’ve seen many times how divorce has made men better fathers – including in my own family.
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