"I often recommend to families that they schedule a play time -- perhaps once a week -- when they turn off the television and phone and spend a half hour playing a game, taking a walk, or throwing a ball around," says Barry G.
Ginsberg, Ph D, a child and family psychologist in Doylestown, Pa., and author of 50 Wonderful Ways to Be a Single-Parent Family.
In this imagined scene, my child was asking: “Do I have a Daddy?While other single parents are probably the most likely to be interested in dating someone with children, there are lots of people who have no children of their own who would be delighted with a ready-made family.Even if you fit the description of single mom or dad, it's important for you to realize that you are more than just a parent."It helps reinforce your emotional connection." Build a network of people you trust that can help with childcare, carpooling, and even projects around the house."The challenges facing single parents are not that different from those of all parents.