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The Single Mom’s Survival Guide
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ISBN-10: 1-55404-026-4
ISBN-13: 
Genre: Non-Fiction
eBook Length: 87 Pages
Published: February 2003



From inside the flap

Are you a single mom?
Me too. I've been raising two kids on my own for about two and a half years now. It hasn't always been easy, but when my daughter comes up behind me to hug me and tell me I'm the best mom in the world, it sure is worth it!

I've learned a lot since I've been on my own. I've had to. Now I'd like to share what I've learned with others.



The Single Mom’s Survival Guide (Excerpt)


Table of Contents
Here is the complete table of contents for The Single Mom's Survival Guide. The e-book is 87 pages long, including the cover page, index and table of contents.
Introduction
Forming a Support Network
How to Use Your Network
Dealing with Stress and Guilt
Loneliness and Depression
Keeping a Positive Attitude
Holidays and Anniversaries
Sex and Dating
Avoiding Violent Relationships
Reconciliation
Childcare
Discipline
Visitation
Collecting Child Support
Time Management
Creating a Budget
Save Money on Groceries
Inexpensive Meals
Household Cleaners
Kids' Craft Recipes
Inexpensive Outings
Do It Yourself
Other Ways to Cut Expenses
Getting Out of Debt
Saving for your Future
Finding a Job
Odd Jobs
Working from Home
Resources
Index



Are you a single mom?
Me too. I've been raising two kids on my own for about two and a half years now. It hasn't always been easy, but when my daughter comes up behind me to hug me and tell me I'm the best mom in the world, it sure is worth it!

I've learned a lot since I've been on my own. I've had to. Now I'd like to share what I've learned with others.

What have I learned? I've learned that I can be strong. I've learned to be independent, to figure out what needs to be done and how to do it--and then get it done.

I've learned to live frugally, to ask for help when I need it and to look beyond the obvious when faced with a difficult situation in order to come up with a creative and workable solution.

I've compiled the things I have learned over the past two years into an e-book, The Single Mom's Survival Guide. This e-book covers everything from child support to inexpensive meals.

You'll also find chapters about who to ask for help and what to ask for, dating, ways to save money, finding childcare, visitation, dealing with loneliness and much more. For a complete list, take a look at the Table of Contents.

The Single Mom's Survival Guide is an e-book in .pdf form. Whether you use a Mac or Windows, you can view the book using Acrobat Reader. Chances are, you already have it on your computer. If not, you can download Acrobat Reader free of charge at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep.html.

Best of all, the price for this e-book is only $6.95! Why so low? Two reasons: First, because it is an e-book, the production costs are fairly low compared to a traditional print book. Second, because I want you to be able to afford it!