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Happy Inspirational Monday to you! The Erica Q. Cooper Show will discuss Being A Single Parent. Our guest today is Shirelle Brown. Shirelle Brown is a part-time freelance writer and a full-time mother, and is currently employed as a full-time government employee, who was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She spends most of her down time reading and people watching, which is what led her to pursue her dreams of becoming a psychologist in which so far she has earned a BS in Psychology from the University of Phoenix. However, since discovering so many other passions, such as Philanthropy, she plans to start a non-profit organization that caters to hard working single mothers like herself who are striving for greatness but just needs a little help when times get hard, or nudge of encouragement in order to keep moving forward, or education on how to go against all odds and properly raise a child in today’s society. Shirelle has always had an embedded passion for writing ever since the 5th grade where she won an oratory contest and has a plethora of poems and short stories that she’s written over the years. Thanks to her daughter’s passion of writing, who also went on to win an oratory contest at her school, Shirelle decided to resurrect those old passions by finishing her book and publishing it to make another deferred dream a new reality and just so her children will witness first hand that anything is possible when you believe and it is never too late to achieve your dreams. This eBook, The Single Mother (Stress Less and Thrive) is scheduled to be bound and printed by the Fall of 2014 in which a book signing event will be announced. Be sure to befriend Shirelle on Facebook, LinkedIn or follow her on Twitter to stay updated on her latest book releases and events. Also stay tuned for the release of her new eBook that will be complete by Winter 2014.
Single mothers Raye Lawrence, Dawn Perry and Felicia (Cindy) Castro share their stories of survival, determination, and the love of motherhood. These three sisters are STANDING STRONG as they raise their children on their own with out the help of the fathers. Let's celebrate single parents, mothers and dads and support their efforts to raise productive people in our socity.
On this Episode we will discuss the struggles and challenges of single mothers. In addition to the promise and encouragment. What use to be rare in the past is the norm now. Is it good bad, what are your thoughts?
Did you know single mothers are more likely to be poor than married couples. The poverty rate for single-mother families in 2011 was 40.9%, nearly five times more than the rate (8.8%) for married-couple families.
Poverty rates were about one in two for Black (47.3%), Hispanic (49.1%), White (33.0%), and Asian (26.3%). Among all other ethnic groups, Native American female-headed families with children have the highest poverty rate (53.8%).
Part 1 5OO Men wanted to make a promise to Pray for your spouse and children 5 times everyday.
Part 2 Single Parent Mothers to invite the leadership of Jesus Christ and the power and Glory of God into your single parenting.
Using the Holy Ghost to make it all happen.
I'd like to take time out to acknowledge single mothers too often this deed get really overlooked. And i wanna s/o especially to the black mothers who are forced to play not only mom but dad also! So you won't wanna miss what i have to say on this topic. Catch me live @6 347-637-1623
One of the hardest things to do, is raise a child as a single parent. To be a single mother raising a son is even more difficult, because women don't have an understanding of what it takes to become a man. Some Do's and Don'ts for single mom's on, helping your boy become a man. Let's keep it real ladies a lot of you have raised your sons to be weak men, find out what may have gone wrong.
SINGLE PARENT PROBLEMS, CONNECTIONS, DISAGREEMENTS, AND WHATEVER ELSE.......... WE NEED THIS BROAD DISCUSSION......
SLU will discuss important concerns in our community. This week we will discuss the "minimum wage" debate that is being discussed across America and look at how it affects the Single Lady.
Being a single mother is something most black people can relate to. Most of us were raised by single mothers and many of us have become single mothers ourselves . The obstacles we face are unimaginable. Can I teach my son how to be a man? When is it okay to bring a guy I'm dating around my kids? These are questions many single mothers ask themselves. There is no manual on the correct way to raise kids alone, so we're forced to be fathers and mothers. My grannie always said "it takes a village to raise a kid", I don't know how true that is. But having a two parent home is obviously more beneficial than the one.
Is single motherhood ever something to be proud about or should we be exerting more energy into analyzing why single mothering is so common and work to improve matters - if its necessary.
How does single motherhood affect the identities of black men and women - if it plays such a role?
Lets get into this topic on Saturday 9pm central.
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