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Coping in a Single-Parent Home (Coping)

Bill R. Wagonseller

Coping in a Single-Parent Home (Coping)

by Bill R. Wagonseller

  • 74 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Rosen Publishing Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alternative Family,
  • Social Problems (General) (Young Adult),
  • Children"s Books/Young Adult Misc. Nonfiction,
  • Children of single parents,
  • Family problems,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Single-parent family,
  • United States,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11428176M
    ISBN 100823919528
    ISBN 109780823919529
    OCLC/WorldCa32553488

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Coping in a Single-Parent Home (Coping) by Bill R. Wagonseller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Coping in a Single-Parent Home Library Binding – March 1, by Bill Wagonseller (Author), Ruth C Rosen (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Library Binding "Please retry" $ $ Author: Bill Wagonseller, Ruth C Rosen.

The Hardcover of the Coping in a Single-Parent Home (LIBRARY EDITION) by Bill R. Wagonseller at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpFormat: Hardcover (Library Binding-REVISED). Buy a cheap copy of Coping with a Single-Parent Home book by Marie C.

Harrington. Free shipping over $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm. Series Title: Coping. Other Titles: Single-parent home.

Responsibility. Single-parent homes --Divorce --Single Parenting without marriage --When a parent leaves without saying good-bye --When a parent dies --Illness --Moving on.

Series Title: Coping. These books can help you and your children handle various aspects of life in a single-parent family. Positive Discipline for Single Parents.

By Jane Nelsen, Cheryl Erwin, and Carol Delzer. Provides strategies for raising children who are responsible, respectful, and : Laura Broadwell. coping strategies of single parent families in Nigeria could help in evolving ways of support for the families.

Purpose Of The Study The majo r pu rp ose of the stu dy was t o investigate the challenges and coping strategies of single parents in Barkin Lad i L ocal Go ver nment Area (LG A) of Plateau State.

Specifically, the studyFile Size: KB. According to surveys conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, around 26 percent of children living in America are being raised in single parent homes. Whether it’s because they were adopted by a single parent, have lost a parent, or have separated or divorced parents, it Author: Samantha Darby.

Best Sellers in Single Parenting. Swear Word Coloring Book for Parents: Unleash your inner-parent!: Relax, color, and let your inner-parent out with this stress relieving adult coloring book. Connecting Conversations for Parents and Teens: How to build a lifelong bond with your teen.

The book teaches children that there are all types of families in this world and what makes a parent is someone who loves, teaches, sings, laughs and is devoted to their child. Raising You Alone by Warren Hanson This is an essential book for any single parent family. Single parents are those who raise children without the help of the other biological parent in the home.

Single-parent families are determined by the sex of the "primary carer," responsible for the children the majority of the time, and they can be either mother-only or father-only families.

A single parent attaches to her children so badly for company and support that it makes difficult for the child to leave the house. The various responsibilities of child raising, housework, and earning, will not give the parent enough time for themselves.

It moreover results in adding stress, fatigue and pressure. This book is comprised of chapters written by some of the leading researchers studying single-parent families, divorce, and remarriage.

Authors were asked to write chapters that were interesting and accessible not only to other researchers but also to nonresearch professionals working with children such as psychiatrists, pediatricians, social workers, clinical psychologists, family therapists. I love the coping with series.

I think Coping with friends and coping with the twenty first century are invaluable aids to life. Even re-reading them around ten years later they were good enough that I scoured the net and bought all ten of the coping with series I could get my hands on, mostly second-hand/5.

Divorce, separation, and lone parenting have now surpassed death as a cause of single-parent families. They are major life events, and the family physician who helps anticipate them and facilitates adaptation of the family can help prevent associated morbidity and by: 1.

Dealing and coping with own emotions and changed condition Battling societal prejudice and stigma of single-parent homes and care-giving Adequate care and fostering the needs of the children Maintaining self-confidence in the eyes and judging of others (stereotyping). Almost 25% of households are single-parent households, and over 1/3 of children are born to parents who aren't married.

In this lesson, we'll look at some of the possible effects of being raised. How to Cope as a Single Parent Living at Home with Your Parents. Written by Shailynn Krow. 18 April, Whether it is the result of a divorce or other circumstances, being a single parent is a difficult task.

When you make the decision to live with your parents with a child or children of your own, that situation can become a little more. The challenges faced by the single parent vary according to their circumstances, but there are also common experiences that are shared by most single-parent families.

Single parenting and dual parenting. Single parenting differs from dual parenting in many ways, but the most common difference is the way in which the parent interacts with the child.

Single parents and their children typically have a different type of relationship in comparison to two-parent families. In single-parent families, the child and parent may rely more heavily on each other, may provide more emotional support for one another, and can be more enmeshed when it comes to decision : Gabrielle Applebury.

How to Cope with Losing a Parent. Best Books on the Loss of a Parent. Support for the Loss of a Mother. A Son's Thoughts on the Loss of His Father.

Loss of the Family Home. Helping Children Cope with Losing a Parent. "I Lost My Dad" by Julie Nierenberg. Grief and Sympathy Home > Losing a Parent. The fact that children from low-income, single-parent families actually earn higher grades than children from two-parent homes with similar income suggests that single parents who work teach their children coping strategies that limit the impact of financial hardship, low parent involvement, and other risk factors [9].

Recent unprecedented changes to family structures have introduced an increasingly complex role for women in the context of family life and rearing of their children.

Presently, single parent families headed by women are a significant demographic factor. This paper reports an investigation exploring the relationship between coping skills and quality of life among single sole supporting Cited by: 2.