Tips on dating single moms
Truth be told, you likely won’t be getting mortgage payment help from the government, but you can qualify for counseling and foreclosure assistance.
It's not that I'm doing this on purpose — it's just that between work and caring for my son, I have a very tiny window of time to get things done.
There’s a good chance you will find some sort of assistance you qualify for.
Either click on one of the states below to view assistance options or keep reading to see an overview of the STATE ASSISTANCE programs offered. Financial Assistance Programs by State Some states do offer mortgage assistance programs to individuals who cannot pay their mortgage.
Yes, single moms do it all the time, and no, we don't need your sympathy. Contrary to popular opinion, we are not all sitting sadly on the couch in an ill-fitting pair of yoga pants shoveling ice cream in our mouths while lamenting our younger, child-free days in which we had perkier boobs.
But I might need a drink, so feel free to buy me one this week at happy hour. All right, sometimes these couch-ice-cream-shoveling sessions do happen, but the majority of us are no more miserable than moms who do have partners. If I wanted you to know where the father of my child is, I'd tell you.
I recently told a single mom how considerate her son is every time I see him and added that her skin looked amazing. "I guess it's because I just don't notice much of anything outside of my kid," she told me. First of all, don't assume that all single parents are looking for a partner in life (some are purposely going the single route).