Reflections on the pressure of Single Parents in the news.

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Community dramatically responds to single dad, Sicily Pizza owner’s plea for help in business.

In less than 72 hours, the post was shared more than 5,300 times with over 1,000 comments – many of which are tagging other people asking if they want to get pizza.

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10 Ways to Reduce Single-Parent Stress.

One of every four American children today lives in a single-parent home. And though the circumstances may vary (some parents are divorced, others are widowed, and others are single parents by choice), the reality is that solo parenting is often stressful, demanding, and hectic. If you are a single mom or dad, there are 10 things you can do to help minimize the stress in your life — and bring back the joy of parenting.

Father’s Day survey: Dads, tell us what you REALLY think.

We’re asking dads to tell TODAY.com their real truths about what fatherhood means to them in this survey.

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8 Of The Toughest Decisions, You’ll Make As A Single Mom.

Suddenly you have to consider the well being of a tiny human, alongside your own, when you make decisions about everything. This is particularly obvious when you’re a single parent because you are it.

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Stresses of Single Parenting

What are some ways to avoid the stress of being a single parent?

Single parenthood can bring added pressure and stress to the job of raising children. With no one to share day-to-day responsibilities or decision-making, single parents must provide greater support for their children while they themselves may feel alone. The following suggestions may help reduce stress in your family:

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I spent 5 years proving to myself that I didn’t need a man. Then I found one.

Being a single mom, I fought my way through living in poverty, feeling like I wasn’t ever enough, feeling an annoying tug that we as a family possibly weren’t complete. But I knew that I needed to be self-sufficient first; I needed the empowerment of accomplishing that.

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Single is the new empowering?

It is evident that separations don’t all have to end in disaster. Is there something wrong with the institution of marriage then? Can’t two people be together without tying the knot?

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Radcliffe’s mother appeal for better support for disabled children after being left with a logistical nightmare

In 2013, Ms. Gately was told that Max had an incurable muscle-wasting condition known as Becker muscular dystrophy, which is closely linked to Duchenne muscular dystrophy which is 100 percent fatal.

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Carolyn Murphy reflects on pressures of single motherhood.

“It’s important to talk about how stressful (being a single mother) is because I have lost sleep over the years,” she told British Vogue. “It’s definitely a lot of work, being a woman in this day and age and raising children with integrity and a foundation of morals and values. It feels like a lot of pressure when people are looking to you to uphold that because you’re in the public eye.”

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My parents’ pursuit of education has inspired me to succeed.

She has taught me how to notice microaggressions, respond to discrimination, and how to not just explain the existence of biases to others, but also how to listen to and understand their beliefs and perspectives.

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You’ll root for the title character in ‘I, Daniel Blake’.

Daniel befriends Katie and her children, showing them tricks to warm their unheated apartment, carving toys for the kids and taking care of a lot of little tasks. He senses their need — a scene in which Katie’s daughter comes into her mother’s bed at night, crying that schoolkids made fun of her because her shoes were falling apart is heartbreaking — but, a widower and loner, he clearly enjoys their company.

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Make way for Wonder Woman National Spoken Word performer Myss UneeK’s new single is an ode to all single moms.

It’s my tribute to all the superwomen in my life and all around the world and is especially dedicated to my dear mom. Being a child of a single mom, I am aware of the huge tenacity, zeal, passion and will power it takes to raise kids single-handedly.

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Super-mum, super worries: The fears that lurk beneath the cape.

“It’s not that I don’t think I am a good mother,” she says, “it’s just that given the circumstances of my past life, I don’t exactly expect to be hailed for my mothering.”

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A single mother from the Valley working for the Trump White House.

When she joined the Trump campaign, Grisham already spent months away from her boys in Arizona. Her oldest has graduated and is on his own. Her youngest, however, is nine, and still needs his mother around.

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So besides that, you’re a super parent,

you also do nice things for yourself.

Because you earn it!

Just because you’re a single parent!

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