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Sing Your Own Song: A Guide for Single Moms ePub download

by Cynthia Orange

  • Author: Cynthia Orange
  • ISBN: 1568385722
  • ISBN13: 978-1568385723
  • ePub: 1503 kb | FB2: 1192 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Addiction & Recovery
  • Publisher: Hazelden (February 5, 2001)
  • Pages: 208
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 645
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Sing Your Own Song: A Guide for Single Moms ePub download

Cynthia Orange brings equal parts information and inspiration to this pragmatic yet soulful guide for single moms. A creative writing instructor at the University of Minnesota, Orange was a single mother two decades ago for a couple of years before remarrying

Cynthia Orange brings equal parts information and inspiration to this pragmatic yet soulful guide for single moms. Managing time and money. A creative writing instructor at the University of Minnesota, Orange was a single mother two decades ago for a couple of years before remarrying. For this book, she has put that experience into perspective without bitterness, hate, or sappy optimism. This is followed by straightforward advice that helps single moms evaluate what they can do to take care of their needs and ask for help.

Life as a single mother is like a Minnesota March, observes author Cynthia Orange. 'There might be glorious days of sunshine and warmth, turbulent and troublesome stretches of unpredictable weather, and cold and lonely times when it is tempting to crawl back into bed and pull a heavy comforter over your head. Almost one-third of all children under age 18 live with a single parent, and 85% of those parents are women. Yet society neither recognizes this fact nor gives women the cultural support they need

Sing Your Own Song book. Cynthia Orange brings equal parts information and inspiration to this pragmatic yet soulful guide for single moms.

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Cynthia Orange brings equal parts information and inspiration to this pragmatic yet soulful guide for single moms. Managing time and money, juggling the demands of work and child care, balancing personal needs with parenting responsibilities-these are the everyday concerns Orange addresses with preach-free common sense and welcome candor. Interwoven with firsthand stories and experiences, Sing Your Own Song resonates with affirmation and support for single moms everywhere.

"The advice offered in this guide is empathetic, practical, and mercifully realistic. It's like having a kind companion at your side whispering encouragement in your ear."Cheri Register, sole custody mother and author of The Chronic Illness Experience, Are Those Kids Yours?, and Packinghouse Daughter

"Cynthia Orange speaks from the heart and from a wellspring of experience, her own and that of many whom she interviewed. An excellent resource for any mother who is struggling alone to be all that she is called on to be."Karen Casey, author of Each Day a New Beginning