Hillary Marshall

Hillary Marshall is a single mother to her 13 year old daughter Alexis and her dog Rufus. She works full-time as a freelance writer. Hillary has loved writing in all its forms her entire life. She takes pride in everything she does and loves seeing a project through from beginning to end. In her spare time she spends time with her daughter, watching movies and playing games.

Hillary Marshall is a single mother to her 13 year old daughter Alexis and her dog Rufus. She works full-time as a freelance writer. Hillary has loved writing in all its forms her entire life. She takes pride in everything she does and loves seeing a project through from beginning to end. In her spare time she spends time with her daughter, watching movies and playing games.

Co-parenting a child is one of the most difficult aspects of single parenting. It is hard sending your kids away to spend time with their other parent. Although you know it is good for them, you miss them like crazy and they miss you too. However, there are many ways that you can connect with ...

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Coping when you are a newly single parent is not easy. Not only are you grieving the loss of your relationship, but you have your little one or ones to look after. The easiest thing to do would be to retreat and let life take over, but that is not the answer. The following tips ...

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As single parents, we often face stigmas in our community, and sometimes we even stigmatize ourselves. The fact is most of these stigmas are based on old fashion myths and stereotypes that no longer hold water in the real world. The following information will debunk the myths that we, as a society, place on ...

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For us single moms and dads, it can be tough to manage life with our children and still have a life of our own. That said, it is important for our children to see us in happy, healthy relationships. After all, we are their role models. It is easy as a single parent to fumble ...

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In our society, there is a distinct difference in the way women and men go the bathroom. For this reason, many women feel apprehensive when it comes to potty training a boy. Add to the fact that you are a single mom with no male example living in your home other than your son and ...

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