Anchors for the innocent: inner power for today's single mothers and fathers
Millions of single parent families are succeeding despite repressive odds. ANCHORS FOR THE INNOCENT: INNER POWER FOR TODAY'S SINGLE MOTHERS & FATHERS addresses critical everyday survival & success issues. This book will help single parents develop extraordinary levels of resilience & the inner power that's required to succeed against great odds! Vital topics include * Coping with feelings of anger, abandonment, rejection & just being overwhelmed. * Successfully dealing with the harsh realities of finding child care, of getting child support, accessing transportation & housing, creating new income & fighting for effective education for children. * Finding the strength to manage strained adult relationships while responding to your children's ongoing need for the love of both parents. Right now most Americans are affected by the single parent experience in some way. If current trends continue, experts predict that 60 percent of children born today will spend some time in a home headed by a single parent, most likely by a single mother. The success of these families matters to all of us. "ANCHORS is THE bible for single parents, a blueprint for the impossible. It will give immense encouragement & guidance to millions of single parents. A significant contribution!"--Larry Dossey, M.D.
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