Single Mom, You are Enough.

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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5 Responses

  1. I read a research study once that examined a bunch of variables (poverty, divorce, etc) regarding children’s outcomes…mother’s education level had one of the most significant effects. Trust me, it’s heartbreaking to see our kids go through turmoil and disappointment, but they’ll be just fine with a rock-star mama like you! 🙂

  2. Sarah says:

    wow thats interesting… I never thought of that. Your an amazing single mama too!! love your strength 🙂

  3. Love your post! Especially the part about putting on a glove to teach your son to play catch. I’m having a boy (still single) and I thought of the same thing. I’d like to recommend a book “Statistics to Success” Four Priorities single mothers can champion to raise successful sons! In interviewed the author Mr. Zachary Hawkins as he was raised by a single mother when his dad went to prison. His insight is a fresh perspective from a son’s point of view.

    Thanks for the tweet!

  4. Sarah says:

    Thanks Dallas Single Mom, I will check it out for sure…yeah it’s hard raising a boy who so desperately needs his dad around, but it just meant that I had to step it up and be interested in what he’s interested so that he didnt miss those experiences…

  5. Anonymous says:

    It comes down to being the best parent you can! You can’t fill in for, or fix the mistakes the other parent has made and I’ve been witness to one trying and it just makes it a more discombobulated mess. Be the best YOU can be for your kids, show interest, true love to them, spend time with them, and allow them to connect with you. Those are the things they’re going to remember, those are the things they are going to cherish. You can’t necessarily “fix” what was, or what has happened, but you can build from it to make a stronger relationship with your kids where they go to bed everyday (wherever they are, and with whichever parent they’re with), that you love them to the ends of earth and back again.

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