This weeks blog post comes in the form of a poem. This time, about being a parent. As most of you on this page are indeed parents, it seems fitting to write something that hopefully we can all relate to.
How do you actually move on from a relationship break-up? Sure, times can be tough, but maybe it could be the best thing that ever happened to you.
Co-parenting is no easy feat, this article gives you some ideas and examples on what has worked well for me during what can be a very turbulent time.
A holiday nightmare – featuring Theresa May and the paramedics!
Going on holiday this year? Read how this holiday nightmare unfolded for me…
❤️Dating can be hard enough as it is, but as a single parent, would you date someone who has children vs someone who hasn’t?
Both angles are thoughtfully explored here within this article❤️
❤️Dating as a single parent can be a tricky business, often the scars from previous relationships can be on show, we come as a package, not with baggage, but we all deserve a shot at happiness – don’t we? ❤️
Co-parenting is about having an understanding, a respect for one another and wanting to do right by your child(ren) – here I talk about my experiences to date while trying to “stay classy”.