Testimonials from single moms like you!
When I start reading it's hard to put it down. I feel as though she is speaking directly to me.
Easy and great read! I felt as if the author was having a conversation with me directly. This book not only can speak to Single Moms, but her words are interchangeable with lessons and motivating words that can apply to anyone needing an extra push in the right direction, especially being selective with those you allow in your circle.
This book is an extremely helpful tool for single mothers, but I also recommend it for mothers, step-mothers or just women who want some very helpful and applicable examples how to live life beyond your circumstances! The author has a sincere way of providing readers with knowledge on how to parent and how to live their best lives, while teaching you how to lay the foundation for a successful home and successful/ respectful children. Do yourself a favor and bless yourself and others with this book!
Hi my name is Lasha so far reading this book Do It Anyway I have learned the most important thing to do first is heal.
I purchased this book a few months ago. As a single mom myself, I felt it was necessary to read a book by someone whose story was similar to mine. I absolutely love this book. Wished I had it to read when I had younger kids.
This book is a great resource for anyone raising children without a partner. It challenges the reader to take action toward creating the best life for yourself while being the best parent for your child. The author speaks from a place of personal experience and offers encouragement and anecdotes to tackle tough emotions, finances, dating and the stress of parenting. The book also contains workbook pages with challenging questions to guide the reader through the healing process and journal thoughts. Ms. Lamb has a passion and a gift for connecting with and relating to single parents. I've recommended this book to several friends and often use it as a reference for encouragement to stay on track. Pick up a copy for yourself as well as your single parent friends!
Let me start by saying this: I am not a single mom. I was raised by one after my father passed-and yet she was my guide as I was already an adult. When I came across Kaywanda's book, my 1st reaction was: Wow! I've read lots of books and something drew me to hers. I was blown away. It's not one of those "self-help" books that give you strategy without walking through the author's personal struggle.