More single-parent households living in poverty, HILDA survey finds
Cuts to single parent welfare payments may be pushing more children into poverty, according to researchers working on a decade-long, nationwide study.First Person: Helping a Single Parent Plan for Retirement
Retirement planning can be a difficult subject to tackle. And it can be especially tricky when trying to help aging parents prepare for this transition. However, planning for these golden years can require a different sort of preparation for a single-parent as opposed to a two-parent situation.
Single Parent Win: Single Dad Shares Sweet Parenting Win
Co-parenting obviously isn't a competition. But let's be honest, it warms your heart just a little bit when your kid tells you your spaghetti and meatballs can't be beat -- or that no one reads "Goodnight Moon" at bedtime quite like you.Photo Release -- HELP Grant Gives New Mexico Single Parent the Boost Needed to Buy Her Home
SANTA FE, N.M. -- Maria Pereira was renting a home for she and her 12-year-old son when she heard about a Homebuyer Education program offered through Homewise, Inc., a Santa Fe, New Mexico-based nonprofit ...
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June 11, 2013, 5:16 am
**backround information** Im a single parent to a 51/2 yr old boy living in a two bedroom apartment. Im interested in adopting a 0- 18 months girl or a 0-5 year old boy (just one or the other) I attend orientation on 6/8/13 for adoption from foster care in Washington, DC and it raised some...Please tell me whether I have completely lost my mind
June 6, 2013, 4:34 pm
C is 2 (can't figured out how that happened, but it's true). I very much want another child; partly because I want C to have a sibling and partly because I just don't feel like my family is complete yet. So I thought about my different options and decided on foster care this time around with the...
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May 6, 2013, 6:43 am
So, my husband and I have realized that throughout this process, our "true " friends have been those who are supportive of our plan to foster/adopt and expand our family, even if it is in the non-conventional way. Those people have stuck around, through the many ups and downs and hard times that...can a disabled single parent adopt? (sorry, long)
May 10, 2013, 12:33 pm
I'm not planning to adopt right away (I'm only 23) but thinking about plans for the future. I'm asexual (no sexual desire, an uncommon sexual orientation) so I probably won't get the opportunity to have kids the usual way. So my options seem to be either sperm donation or adoption (or possibly...
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