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God Loves Single Moms: Practical Help for Finding Confidence, Strength, and Hope

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  18 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Written by a psychologist who's successfully navigated single motherhood herself, this book helps single moms believe they and their families deserve the best life has to offer. Packed with practical tips, smart strategies, and ways to improve the well-being of single moms and their children, this book shows single moms how to improve their leadership and parenting skills. ...more
Paperback, 187 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Fleming H. Revell Company
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Nov 30, 2010 Molly rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: all single moms!
Recommended to Molly by: Revell
I'm a single mom of two sweet, adorable, yet boys-will-be-boys boys, so I knew I had to read this book. It, simply put, called to me. I learned A LOT from this little, easy to read book. Teresa Whitehurst is a fellow single mother(rock on, single moms!), who, through God's guidance, put into perspective, the single motherhood life. Whether your a single mom by divorce, or widowed, we are AWESOME! Why is it AWESOME to be a single mom, when, at many times, it is such a struggle both emotionally an ...more

A book for the times. Definitely a book that most divorced moms should read. Often ostracized by their friends, family and church, a single mom finds herself wondering does anyone care? Even God? Teresa Whitehurst address this issue, in a timely book, that is easy to read and one that all single moms should read.

Beginning with the assertion that God does love single mothers, and on to a inventory check list to see how you take care of yourself and your view of yourself, Teresa Whitehurst covers
In Teresa Whitehurst’s book, God Loves Single Moms, her subtitle says it all: ‘Practical Help for Finding Confidence, Strength, and Hope.’ I found Teresa’s book to be a concise, yet elaborate book on assisting single moms. Some of the areas she touches on are as follows:

* How to cultivate and embrace the necessary leadership skills as a single mom
* Surviving or Thriving questions to evaluate your attitude and expectations
* Setting short- and long-term goals for her personal and her family’s g

This book would make a wonderful gift for the single mom(s) in your life as they need all of the support and encouragement they can get! In fact, I personally found this book so inspiring, that I am giving my copy to a good friend who I know will be encouraged by this title.

The author, Teresa Whitehurst, writes from personal experience as a single mom who has “been there” and knows the challenges that moms doing it all on their own face. Often trying to be “Superwoman”, single moms usually forg

I'm not a single mom. That being said, I know quite a few and I appreciated this book because Teresa Whitehurst writes from her own experiences and has put together a great book for both single moms and groups who serve single moms. Written as an interactive book, this title is meant to not only be read and ingested by the reader, but also to be applied directly to their lives. As soon as you begin reading, there were principles and ideas that the reader could easily put into action. I appreciat
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