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Married And Wanna Be Single Single And Wanna Be Married

Author : Hazel Claiborn
ISBN : 9780983832836
Genre : Religion
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A must read for any woman, whether married or single. I awoke one morning after completing a hundred hours of fasting and was inspired to write about my experiences in counseling and listening to single women and married women inside and outside of the church. I have spent hundreds of relentless hours listening to single Christian and non-Christian women who are not spiritually ready for marriage, but yet want to be married, and to married women who want to be single again due to prematurely getting married and not wanting to do the mature thing and stay and face the common problems that come when two people get married. --Dr. Hazel Claiborn
Category: Religion

Single Ology 101

Author : Stephanie Singleton
ISBN : 9781480231887
Genre : Self-Help
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What is Single·ology 101?Single·ology 101 8 Basic Steps to Enjoying a Single Life is a little pocket guide to help those individuals who may be struggling with feeling, lonely, or abandoned, while being Single by; Choice, Divorced, Widowed, or perhaps while in a Committed Relationship, or Marriage. This pocket guide is designed to encourage those individuals to {B.U.I.L.D} •Build a relationship with yourself •Understand why you are single•Identify what issues may be causing you to be single•Love yourself unconditionally•Date AgainWhen love finds you alone and torn between heartbreak and pain, all it takes is a seed of faith to mend your self-love together again. ~ Single·ology 101
Category: Self-Help

Great Resource For Single Moms

Author : Patience Young
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The list of resources for single moms from financial assistance, childcare, and housing.
Category: Family & Relationships

God Of Our Single Years

Author : Kevin Morgan
ISBN : 1420800531
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Christian singles face many challenges that threaten our peace of mind. African-American Christian singles must confront these and additional obstacles that arise solely because of our heritage and racial background. Compounding these challenges, many of us make decisions involving our spirituality, our platonic, family, professional and romantic relationships that potentially introduce devastating long-term problems into our lives. Additionally, many of the choices we make regarding our sexuality harms our relationships, destroys our communities and blocks the blessings that God has for us. This book seeks to clearly identify what is unique about the African-American Christian single experience and to point out the role that Gods purpose plays in defining who we are. Secondly, this book proposes concrete and practical steps we can take to transform our singleness into blessedness.
Category: Family & Relationships

Celebrating The Single Life

Author : David Yount
ISBN : 9780313365959
Genre : Psychology
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Yount offers strategies for leading a successful and rewarding life as a single person at any age or stage of life.
Category: Psychology

The Science Of Single

Author : Rachel Machacek
ISBN : 9781101478448
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Read Rachel Machacek's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community. One year of dating. One year of looking for love. One uproarious and touching memoir. After years of dating without a connection, Rachel Machacek vowed to try a more dedicated, less slipshod, more scientific way of finding love. So, she committed a year of her life to trying every mainstream (and not-so-mainstream) method of meeting the right guy. In The Science of Single, Rachel welcomes readers into the findings from her roller- coaster year, and although she set out looking for the right chemistry, what she discovers in the process is hilarious, unexpected, and infinitely more exciting. Watch a Video
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Single Single

Author : John le Carre
ISBN : 9780743216524
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author John le Carré's novels deftly navigate us through the intricate shadow worlds of international intrigue with unsurpassed skill and knowledge, and have earned him unprecedented worldwide acclaim. A lawyer from a London finance house is shot dead on a Turkish hillside by people with whom he thought he was in business. A children's magician in the English countryside is asked to explain the arrival of more than five million pounds sterling in his young daughter's modest trust. In Single & Single, le Carré masterfully establishes a sequence of events whose connections are mysterious, complex and compelling. He tells of corrupt liaisons between criminal elements in the new Russian states and the world of legitimate finance in the West. He also paints an intimate portrait of two families: one Russian, the other English; one trading illicit goods, the other laundering the profits; one betrayed by a son-in-law, the other betrayed, and redeemed, by a son.
Category: Fiction

Choosing Single Motherhood

Author : Mikki Morrissette
ISBN : 0618833323
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Provides information and advice for women choosing to become single mothers, and includes interviews with family therapists and single mothers on the topic.
Category: Family & Relationships

Single Cell Diagnostics

Author : Alan Thornhill
ISBN : 9781597452984
Genre : Medical
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This book applies modern molecular diagnostic techniques to the analysis of single cells, small numbers of cells, or cell extracts. Emphasis is placed on non-invasive analysis of single cell metabolites and the direct analysis of RNA and DNA from single cells, with a focus on polymerase chain reaction and fluorescence in situ hybridization. In particular, this handbook is essential for practitioners providing care for couples seeking treatment for infertility.
Category: Medical

Growing Up With A Single Parent

Author : Sarah McLanahan
ISBN : 0674040864
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Nonwhite and white, rich and poor, born to an unwed mother or weathering divorce, over half of all children in the current generation will live in a single-parent family--and these children simply will not fare as well as their peers who live with both parents. This is the clear and urgent message of this powerful book. Based on four national surveys and drawing on more than a decade of research, "Growing Up with a Single Parent" sharply demonstrates the connection between family structure and a child's prospects for success. What are the chances that the child of a single parent will graduate from high school, go on to college, find and keep a job? Will she become a teenage mother? Will he be out of school and out of work? These are the questions the authors pursue across the spectrum of race, gender, and class. Children whose parents live apart, the authors find, are twice as likely to drop out of high school as those in two-parent families, one and a half times as likely to be idle in young adulthood, twice as likely to become single parents themselves. This study shows how divorce--particularly an attendant drop in income, parental involvement, and access to community resources--diminishes children's chances for well-being. The authors provide answers to other practical questions that many single parents may ask: Does the gender of the child or the custodial parent affect these outcomes? Does having a stepparent, a grandmother, or a nonmarital partner in the household help or hurt? Do children who stay in the same community after divorce fare better? Their data reveal that some of the advantages often associated with being white are really a function of family structure, and that some of the advantages associated with having educated parents evaporate when those parents separate. In a concluding chapter, McLanahan and Sandefur offer clear recommendations for rethinking our current policies. Single parents are here to stay, and their worsening situation is tearing at the fabric of our society. It is imperative, the authors show, that we shift more of the costs of raising children from mothers to fathers and from parents to society at large. Likewise, we must develop universal assistance programs that benefit low-income two-parent families as well as single mothers. Startling in its findings and trenchant in its analysis, "Growing Up with a Single Parent" will serve to inform both the personal decisions and governmental policies that affect our children's--and our nation's--future.
Category: Family & Relationships