Confessions of a Single Mum

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Confessions of a Single Mum

Confessions of a Single Mum

What It's Like When You're Expecting The Unexpected

  • Author: Amy Nickell
  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • ISBN: 147225788X
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 320
  • View: 8473
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Want to know what it's really like to be a single mum? Perfect for fans of Part-Time Working Mummy and Why Mummy Drinks, this will inspire you to own your single status and make you realise that you're not alone. 'A joyful and moving first person account of solo parenthood and confronting societal expectations of "family" after falling pregnant age 24. Bravo Amy!' Pandora Sykes 'This goes off like a rocket and never lets up . . . this is like going out with your best mate for a coffee and them telling you their whole experience' Penny Smith 'Amy's frank and down-to-earth story is inspiring and honest' The Sun When Amy Nickell left university, she managed to nab herself a real life paid job as a celebrity reporter in London town. She literally got paid to ask Robert Downey Junior out for Nando's, while living with her gay best friend, their Harry Styles cardboard cutout and their pet toad, Snoop Frog. Things were good, they were fun and they definitely weren't serious. That life took a very grown up, very serious detour when Amy found herself unexpectedly pregnant. Pregnant and without a boyfriend. And so her life went in an altogether new direction... From plus one dating to lactating way too near to Simon Cowell, this is Amy's wonderfully frank, honest and hilarious story of a family that is anything but nuclear. So whether you've just arrived, are on the way or have been here a while, this is for anyone who's found themselves scratching their head and wondering: 'How the hell did I end up here?' What readers are saying about Confessions of a Single Mum: 'You don't have to be a single mum or female to love this book! Amy is an absolute hero and role model to everyone. Unbelievably funny and inspirational' 'Hilarious and heartwarming'

The Struggle is Real

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The Struggle is Real

The Struggle is Real

Confessions of a Single Mother

  • Author: Nellisa Noel,Andria Thompson,Yvonne Reid
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category:
  • Page: 150
  • View: 6976
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This book teaches single mothers that they are not alone when facing life's tough obstacles. The authors share coping mechanisms they used with life's mishaps, as well as provide encouragement and inspiration to overcome.

Life in the Slow Lane: Confessions of a Whacked Out Single Mom

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Life in the Slow Lane: Confessions of a Whacked Out Single Mom

Life in the Slow Lane: Confessions of a Whacked Out Single Mom

  • Author: Candy Fox
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • ISBN: 9781090685872
  • Category: Humor
  • Page: 68
  • View: 7993
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A collection of humorous essays and drawings from a single mom, middle school teacher, and over-extended pet owner.

Confessions of a Single Woman

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Confessions of a Single Woman

Confessions of a Single Woman

  • Author: Denona Pryor
  • Publisher: WestBow Press
  • ISBN: 1449729142
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 128
  • View: 5617
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God wants a relationship with you! God loves you, and to show you how much He does, He sent His Son to die for your sins. God wants you to trust in Him and believe that with Him, all things are possible if you believe in Him. Confessions of a Single Woman is about forgiveness of sins, trusting in the God who made you and wants to keep you. It is also a guide to learning how to have a relationship with Christ.

Confessions of a Once Fashionable Mum

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Confessions of a Once Fashionable Mum

Confessions of a Once Fashionable Mum

  • Author: Georgia Madden
  • Publisher: Nero
  • ISBN: 1863957367
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 256
  • View: 9452
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Successful hubbie? Tick. Facebook-worthy baby? Tick. Bikini-body six weeks after giving birth? Um … not so much. Fashion PR exec Ally Bloom got her happy ending. Okay, her marriage might be showing the odd crack, her battleaxe mother-in-law might have come to stay, and she might not be the yummy mummy she'd imagined, but it's nothing a decent night's sleep and a firm commitment to a no-carb diet won't fix. But when Ally returns to work and finds she'll be reporting to a 22-year-old airhead, she decides to turn her back on life as a professional fashionista and embrace her inner earth mama instead. So it's out with the Louboutins and champagne and in with the sensible flats and coffee mornings with the Mummy Mafia. From attending her first grown-up dinner party only to discover that placenta is top of the menu to controlling her monster crush on local playgroup hottie Cameron, Ally must find her feet in the brave new world of the stay-at-home mum.

Confessions of a Reformed Dieter

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Confessions of a Reformed Dieter

Confessions of a Reformed Dieter

  • Author: A J Rochester
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 1448134463
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 400
  • View: 2141
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'I love food. Even worse, I love junk food. If lard could be double deep-fried I would eat it. If I could deep-fry headache pills I would. So it's no wonder I'm now the size of a small yet economically viable continent...'When A. J. Rochester is selected to feature in a television series on obesity, she is at first appalled and then resolved. At 109 kilos (17 stone), she knows she needs to lose weight - not because she yearns to become a twiglet but so she can keep up with her little boy and turn her life around at last. But after years of fighting a losing battle with the flab, A. J. knows she needs a miracle. So she decides to ditch the 'quick-fix' diets and the faddy exercise equipment and try a new approach - one that involves discovering her own inner strengths. It may not be easy - but it pays off. Confessions of a Reformed Dieter charts the highs, lows and plateaus of A. J.'s incredible journey, from overcoming an early setback - waking up in hospital with a broken leg after a drunken binge - to the triumph of shedding the first, and last, kilo.

Therapy with Single Parents

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Therapy with Single Parents

Therapy with Single Parents

A Social Constructionist Approach

  • Author: Joan D Atwood,Frank Genovese
  • Publisher: Routledge
  • ISBN: 1317720989
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 342
  • View: 1197
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Provide effective counseling to members of single-parent families With more than half of all first marriages ending in divorce, it’s time to re-think the notion that “divorce” means “failure.” Therapy with Single Parents focuses on the strengths of the single-parent family rather than its weaknesses, stressing the need to look at the socially constructed norms, values, and definitions associated with marriage and family in order to provide effective counseling. This unique book examines experiences that are common to single parents and presents interventive strategies for treating single-parent family issues, drawing on clinical case studies to provide technical knowledge in everyday language. Current research shows that single parents account for 27 percent of family households that include children under 18 and that the number of single mothers in the United States more than tripled between 1970 and 2000. Therapy with Single Parents challenges outdated notions that the single-parent family is somehow deficient and associated with adjustment problems in children. It doesn’t ignore the anger, pain, sadness, and guilt experienced by many members of single parent families but offers therapeutic considerations from a more balanced approach. The book examines the social, psychological, and sexual experiences of newly single parents and addresses the ups and downs they’ll face in dealing with schools, the workplace, and social services. Therapy with Single Parents examines: social and psychological differences between divorce and widowhood cognitive-behavioral principles of single-parent families what children can learn from divorce dealing with the ghosts of past relationships relationship rules dealing with adult children and extended families the effect of change in divorcing families the feminization of poverty the therapeutic value of social networks Therapy with Single Parents is an invaluable resource for psychologists, professional counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists. The book presents a thorough, in-depth examination of the single-parent family system as a viable, healthy family form.

Confessions of a Small Town Cop

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Confessions of a Small Town Cop

Confessions of a Small Town Cop

Story of a Modern Day Prodigal

  • Author: Donald C. Partridge
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing
  • ISBN: 1604628197
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 308
  • View: 9820
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Confessions of a Small Town Cop is the story of how the author, Donald C. Partridge searched for identity in his work, relationships and marriage. The object of Donald's search eluded him until he returned to his roots, spiritually. When Donald reconnected with the God he thought had failed him he found forgiveness, by forgiving others, and restoration. Confessions is the testimony of a modern day prodigal, written after encouragement from friends to give this testimony to God in written form. It includes events witnessed that can only be called miracles, as well as the more, mundane everyday experiences of this and other Peace Officers. It goes from humorous to exciting to poignant. Confessions is a must for any likely, would be Cops, and their families. It is an interesting look at law-enforcement for current Cops, and to Christians is a testimony of the redemptive work of Jesus in Donald's life.

Confessions of a Ceo Mum

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Confessions of a Ceo Mum

Confessions of a Ceo Mum

How Everyday Mothers Can Have It All Through Entrepreneurship

  • Author: Danielle Stephens,Kari Burke
  • Publisher: Balboa Press
  • ISBN: 1504316169
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 90
  • View: 3990
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Kari Burke and Danielle Stephens have built a multimillion dollar online business, but mixing and influencing other business-minded women has been their biggest achievement to date. Confessions of a CEO Mum is a story of how two ordinary Australians relied on passion, grit, and dedication to become successful businesswomen, and how if they can do it, anyone can. Both believe that with hard work, determination, and a willingness to be open to new opportunities, everyday mothers can have it all: health, wealth, family, and style. Learn how to: • spot and embrace new opportunities; • appreciate the power of network marketing; • build the confidence you need to be a CEO; and • find a balance between working and being at home. If you find yourself worrying about what your credit card bill will be at the end of each month, are skipping meals out, or are unable to give your family all that it deserves—or if you just want more—it’s time to make a change. Join two mums as they share what it took to build a business that pays them more in a single month than they used to earn in an entire year.

(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

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(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

(Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic

  • Author: Roger Neuhaus
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 146203490X
  • Category: Humor
  • Page: 204
  • View: 1849
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It was a time when color television was the newest technology, the hula hoop was the latest fad and the evening news typically began with coverage of the Vietnam War. At 116 Nevada Street in Dubuque, Iowa, life was reasonably good. In this memoir, author Roger Neuhaus reminisces about his life in this time period, growing up as one of eight children in a strict Catholic family. Nostalgic and often humorous, (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic tells of a neighborhood filled with youthful adventures and an array of Catholic grade school and church experiences, including a colorful cast of mischievous characters. This anthology of anecdotes takes place from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s, addressing the changing times of the era. Neuhaus narrates tales of a simpler time and place, one filled with the wonder, excitement, and playfulness of youth. (Mostly) True Confessions of a Recovering Catholic shows how the teachings of the Catholic Church and his family’s core values worked to shape the future of one young man.