When you are a single parent, you are all alone during your parenting time. There is no partner there to bounce things off of, ask advice on how to handle certain things, deal.
Moms do more because we have the overwhelming need to ensure that our children are cared for in every way possible. We want to give 110% of ourselves because we're selfless when it comes to our little ones, even when they are not so little anymore
Some of the common problems faced by single parents include: The child is more likely to misbehave for the day-to-day disciplinarian than for the parent who lives outside the home. It can be hard work to be the only disciplinarian in the house – you may feel like you're the 'bad guy' all the time
Those basic needs like safety, food, and shelter are the ones we focus on because we don't have a choice. And even if paying the bills is still a challenge after quite some time, this doesn't mean that as a single mom you should continue to keep your eyes on just surviving. It's time to think about thriving