Welcome to the Single Parents Union

Hi Everyone! Welcome to the Single Parents Union! This site is designed for the all of us single parents to come and share our resources to make life a little bit more simple. As we all know, every day can be very demanding and we all carry a lot of different hats in order to […]

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Congraduations!

One of the proudest moments I’ve had as a parent happened in 2012. My son graduated High School. It was a sense of accomplishment that was felt when I saw him walk across the stage and accept his diploma. I’m not talking about him having a sense of accomplishment,  but me…I did it, I survived […]

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World News

Big Lottery Fund Help For Single Parents

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-17436612 Story By Reevel Alderson BBC Scotland’s social affairs correspondent The Big Lottery Fund has announced £7m of funding to help some of Scotland’s poorest single parents back into work. The money will allow lone parents to receive training to help them back into the labour market, including balancing work and child care responsibilities. It […]

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Training Bras For Dads

Some things in your life you never expect to say. As a grown man in my 40’s, I feel that I have had a lot of different experiences when it comes to shopping. I like nice things just like anyone else, and I’ll check out the latest clothes styles anytime I get a chance to. […]

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Single Parents Child Abusers?

Original Story: http://www.weau.com/news/headlines /Single_parents_enraged_over_proper_parenting_proposal_141678933.html A state senator’s proposal for proper parenting has some moms and dads across the state enraged. Republican State Senator Glenn Grothman proposed Senate bill 507 which says single parenthood is a contributing factor to child abuse. According to the Annie E. Casey foundation, single parents make up a third of all Wisconsin […]

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Do The Crime, Do The Time

Are we not always portrayed as the bad guy whenever we give out punishment to our kids? It’s hard enough to have to tell our kids that they screwed up, but when it comes to discipline, how do you know that the message your trying to send gets through? I have two teenagers that I […]

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6 Stages of Earning Trust

Trust is a very peculiar thing. It is one of the most personal and prized things that we own. We treasure it, hold it so close, build walls to protect it, work every day to earn it, sometimes give it away blindly without question, and we want everyone to give it to us. Everybody wants […]

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