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Here are the top ten articles for the Single Parents Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Surviving the Emotional Hardship of Being a Single Parent
Being a single parent is never easy. Single parenting has a unique set of challenges. Sometimes you might feel as if it is a thankless responsibility. Never lose hope!
2. Helping Your Child Deal with Abandonment
Abandonment is a concept that few adults handle effectively. How can we help our children deal with their pain when they have been abandoned?
3. When Students Disrespect Teachers
Disrespect has become common among children and teens and schools are one place where this new attitude is very evident. Where did the attitude start and what can we do about it? The answers are not always clear, but it is obvious that we need to address this problem now.
4. The Ideal Parent
Is there such a thing as an "ideal parent?" Are there traits to which we can aspire? What is "ideal" to one may be deficient to another. How can we be the best parent we can be?
5. Letter to My Nephew
While I cannot write from the view of the parent of a son, I do know how I feel about the day my nephew begins dating. From that viewpoint, I write this letter...
6. Parents, Religious Beliefs and Teen Pregnancy
Rather than looking at the contributing factors to teen pregnancy, perhaps it is time to look at the factors that can prevent it. Read what studies conducted over the past eight years have to say about this parenting concern.
7. Avoiding Teen Marriage
In looking at the questions "How can we avoid teen marriage?" we must ask ourselves why teens desire to be married. The answer may surprise you - and the solutions are require understanding and sound parenting.
8. Raising A Child Alone - By Death
Raising a child alone is difficult; dealing with the death of a spouse and parent makes it more difficult. These are a few suggestions for the benefit of you and your child.
9. Letter to My Daughter
A conversation between mother and daughter on the topic of boyfriends, love, and sex.
10. Keeping Kids Busy When They Aren't in School
The kids are bored and want to know what they can do. They stare at your blankly when you reply, "Use your imagination!" What can you do?
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