Fundraisers that support our efforts while also supporting companies like HIBR (Headquartered in Greenville, SC and 100% American Made) that care about supporting the community is a win-win for all of us. I am a history professor at Queens College and author of Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States.
I am now working a book about the history of the post-divorce family in the U. and I have become very interested in the early history of Parents without Partners as part of this larger project.correspondence, minutes, photographs, news clippings, early newsletters etc.—that you would be willing to share with me?
Single parents are often working parents because someone needs to earn money to pay for food, clothing, and a place to live.
It was truly delightful meeting everyone last week.
I was honored to speak and share my story with you.
You're home, they're gone, and the days can seem really long.
Many kids simply take care of themselves for all or part of the time that a parent is at work.
You also might feel happy that your parents split up and aren't fighting anymore, but you may also feel upset when your mom introduces you to a man that she is dating.