A Complete Guide For Single Dads

A Complete Guide For Single Dads

Everything You Need To Know About Raising Healthy, Happy Children On Your Own

eBook - 2011
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Raising a child alone whether you are a father or mother can be the most trying experience in anyone's life. Learning to handle all the many duties that two people would normally deal with and adjusting to the overwhelming demands of a child on a daily basis is a trying experience. Yet, the U. S. Census Bureau estimates that more than 12.9 million single parents raise their children alone. While a small percentage of that was single fathers (2.5 million), the hard reality of raising a child alone remains the same for either parent. This book was compiled to show exactly how a single father can raise a child alone to be happy and healthy without the help of a second parent. You will learn how to help them feel better regardless of whether you are a single father through death or divorce. You will learn how to treat your children and how to communicate with them. Dozens of hours of interviews with experts in child psychology and child raising were conducted. You will learn how to turn your house into a home, divvying up space, having pets, and how to handle chores. You will learn how to find reliable child care and how to juggle your time among your work, your children, and yourself. For every father alone for the first time or unsure of how to raise a child alone, this book will provide the detailed instruction you need to be the best possible single father.
Publisher: [United States] : Atlantic Publishing Group Inc. : Made available through hoopla, 2011
ISBN: 9781601386915
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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