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Diary of a Post-Single Mom

by Karen Rutherford

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This is the story of my soggy transition from single motherhood to what I guess is the hereafter. I call this change of life Post-Single Motherhood (PSM). It is that time in a single mom's life when her children are leaving home. I hope this book is a comfort to another mother going through this stage in her life. I also hope the conversation might foster a community of single moms who are looking for or may offer acknowledgement, kindness, support, and maybe even a little humor through it all.

One reader said, "Reading The Diary of a Post-Single Mom feels like having an extended cup of coffee with a good friend. A friend who has been there before you and can help put a name to all the mixed feelings of losing your teenagers to their own life. So, put on a pot of coffee and meet your new best friend. This book will make you laugh (out loud), shed a tear, and nod your head in agreement. And, you'll complete the journey with confidence that you'll survive...and maybe even thrive."

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:34 -0400)

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