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Suddenly Single, James Hulbert's latest novel, depicts the adventures of Tom Lord as he returns to the dating world after thirty years.
"Tom Lord, Vice President of the American Broadcasters Association has gone through a wretched divorce after thirty years of marriage. As he tries to rebuild his life, he finds himself out of touch with the changed and changing world of women. They have become independent, assertive, ambitious and sexually uninhibited. He tries to overcome loneliness and depression while coping with the greatest tragedy of his life.
After several liaisons with diverse members of the new generation ... Louisa, who is recently divorced; Claire, a Capital Hill swinger; Heather, a co-worker who may be his boss; and Diana, the woman of his dreams ... or is she? ...
Then he faces a dilemma: his life changes because of a surprising new development."
James Hulbert was born in St. Joseph, Missouri and raised in Washington, D.C. After graduating from Harvard University and Harvard Business School. He spent a year hitchhiking and staying in youth hostels across Europe and North America. He spent three years at the National Broadcasting Company in New York City, and the remainder of his career at the National Associaiton of Broadcasters in Washington, D.C.
He divides his time between Washington, D.C. and the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands, where he has had a home since the early 1970's. James can also be found in Lexington, Kentucky visiting his daughter and four granddaughters.
Suddenly Single is James' third novel. He also authored Noon on the Third Day about a U.S. Senator and The Disputed Barricade about labor unions during the 1930's.
Could you stand to be blessed? I mean really blessed in ways you have never experienced before. Join us for a Season of Suddenly! Its time to redirect your focus and take a look at what God is doing in this shaking! There is exposure of all kinds; good, bad and indifferent...and its happening suddely!
Once largely limited to poor women and minorities, single motherhood is now becoming the new “norm”.
This prevalence is due in part to the growing trend of children born outside marriage — a societal trend that was virtually unheard of decades ago.
About 4 out 10 children were born to unwed mothers. Nearly two-thirds are born to mothers under the age of 30.
Of all single-parent families in the U.S., single mothers make up the majority.
Working single mothers are disproportionately likely to be poor, and their ranks are growing, according to a new report from the Working Poor Families Project.
While families headed by a working mom make up less than a quarter of all working families, they make up nearly 40 percent of all low-income ones. And their numbers are on the rise: the share of working families headed by a woman that are low income increased from 54 percent in 2007 to 58 percent in 2012. The share is even higher among African Americans, as 65 percent are low income. This is a crisis who is to blame? SINGLE MOMS. join us today open forum Brian The Hammer Jackson Show.
Single parenting is becoming the American norm, giving rise to more impoverished families. How do we reverse the trend of broken families, absent fathers and bitter mothers? Corliss Cosby, founder of Single Mothers of Pearls, explains her program to support single mothers
In today's society, because of a huge increase in children being born into single parent homes, we're seeing more and more "Blended Families". If you're a single parent or someone who would have a serious problem dating one...Tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss "Blended Families...Dating a Single Parent". Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years"
You know how easy it is to get stuck in a situation and feel as if you can’t get away from it––like a bad relationships, family obligations, debt, deadend job, a career that no longer inspires us, socal responsibilities, etc. Sometimes we just fall into a rut and stay there because we simply don't see a way out. It's then that we realize our hopes and dreams are going unfulfilled. Getting unstuck isn't always easy, but it can be done––and we're going to talk about that. Join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, on Saturday, 13 June 2015 at 3:00PM GMT (10:00AM EDT) as that share how to get unstuck in life.
Join Ms. Jennifer Pink as she shines her bright pink lights on an amazing single mom Patrice Johnson.
Patrice Johnson started inspired MOM in 2014, steaming from her own personal struggles of being a single mom. inspired MOM is a haven for MOM's that need a hug, some direction and a little inspiration. Patrice lives to be an inspiration to others, NOT because she's the perfect MOM but because she works towards HER perfection daily. Patrice brings many years’ of experience working with kids as a live-in nanny, home school instructor and currently an educator at Charles Drew Charter School in Atlanta. Inspired MOM is an organization that helps MOMs through their journey of parenthood. Inspired MOMs kicked off its first event in early 2014 with a mom’s appreciation dinner and cupcakes for dads that expressed to parents the appreciation that is sometimes missed. Every month after inspired MOM has hosted a FREE MOM's night out to give the moms a much needed break and time to socialize with other moms. Through social media outlets and the bi-weekly blog inspired MOM reaches hundreds of moms with useful parenting strategies and inspiration. inspired MOM strongly believes that every mom must find her own strategy that works for her family, and we are here to help. The mission of inspired MOMs is to build a bridge to help moms get to their destination. Patrice is her brand! MOM is an acronym that stands for mom on a mission.
There is a multitude of single black women who are divorced with kids, separated with kids and continue to go through men like a 90% off sale at Macy's.
Why is it so hard for men to set standards for themselves when it comes to choosing a mate? Is he molded by society to think he should not have standards
or is he thinking with the wrong HEAD?
A womans standard should be to get married first then have children, not have children then look for another man to be Husband and Father. Is that really normal?
A man should have a standard to say I want to start my own family, not a LAGO family. Should that be his thought?
What are the real advantages of marrying a single parent from a male perspective or a female perspective?
What are the real disadvantages of marrying a single parent from a male perspective or a female perspective?
Are men put at a disadvantage if he marries then have to pay CHILD SUPPORT if it is not his child?
Do you think being in someones life as a father figure binds you to take care of the child that is not your biological.
What are some things men can do to protect themselves from false fatherhood?
Should you know your blood type and your partners blood type and the babies blood type before you sign the birth certicate.
Should you make sure the man does not have any other children before you sayy I DO?
Join me tomorrow at 2pm Central Time and lets find out answers to these questions.
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Greetings to all God's people I thank you for tuning into another broadcast of From Insanity to Sane Radio. I pray blessings over you and your families. My guest tonight is a woman who has written a book on 101 reasons to be single.
We've all been single at some point in our lives. Our family and friends immediately want to offer their support for this rocky time when we hopelessly search for that one perfect significant other. At least this is what we’re told by commercials, dating sites, and magazines— that our overall happiness hinges on being in a committed relationship. Karleen Dee, author of newly released 101 Reason Why It's Great To Be Single, has embraced the perks of singlehood in the hopes that others will do the same.Karleen will discuss fifeteen reason to be single this summer. Come on all my single ladies bring all your questions and my guest Karleen will have your amswers. Being single is not a bad thing only when you have not embarced your singleness.
Lyn Delmastro knows that life partnership can be such an amazing and powerful thing. But sometimes it isn’t so easy to find our partner… or once we do, things don’t always go smoothly in our relationship… That’s where Lyn comes in!
If you are tired of feeling like you are in dating despair OR you are tired of continually being frustrated with your spouse or partner… Lyn can help.
What qualifies Lyn to help?
Good question! Lyn knows from her own personal dating experience how difficult it felt to find the right guy for her. After going on countless bad or just plain unsuccessful first dates and being single for 9 years, Lyn started working with the power of energy medicine and BodyTalk to release old blocks and wounds and to open herself up to being aligned with the love her heart was seeking. The deep healing work over the course of a number of months prepared Lyn to meet the love of her life, the man she is marrying this year.
Being in a relationship can bring challenges. Sharing space and living together brings up stress, frustrations and challenges, shifting from a single life to being in a committed partnership brings up our “stuff” and it doesn’t always feel easy.
However, with consistent support to release old patterns and “yuck” and to stay aligned with the connection of your heart, it is possible to experience a beautiful unfolding of love and connection in a way that can sometimes blow your mind.