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Single Parenting w Wealthy Single Mommy Emma Johnson



There are 10 million single moms in the United States. Many are raising boys. And despite the naysayers, many are doing a great job! Is single parenting difficult, especially during a pandemic? Absolutely. But single moms have more power and potential than they realize, says Emma Johnson, aka Wealthy Single Mommy. Johnson, a single mom … Continue reading Single Parenting w Wealthy Single Mommy Emma Johnson


Parenting on Purpose with Dr. Vanessa LaPointe



“You will be brought to your knees in the act of parenting.” — Dr. Vanessa Lapointe Parenting boys is not an easy gig! So often, we are confronted with situations that we simply don’t know how to handle. What does one do when your two-year-old insists on pooping in the corner? How should you respond … Continue reading Parenting on Purpose with Dr. Vanessa LaPointe


122: Co-Parenting with Brandie Weikle



The word co-parenting is typically associated with divorce, but maybe it’s time to change that association. After all, the term refers to shared responsibility for parenting. In the world of divorce, it means that both parents share responsibility for big decisions (like healthcare and education), and both parents share the mundane, day-to-day responsibilities of parenting, … Continue reading 122: Co-Parenting with Brandie Weikle


115: The Boy Crisis with Warren Farrell



Your son is not the only one struggling. According to Dr. Warren Farrell — and a slew of research — boys in 63 of the largest developed nations are faring worse than girls. They’re doing worse academically. They’re falling behind in the workplace. And their physical and mental health is failing as well. In his … Continue reading 115: The Boy Crisis with Warren Farrell