The Hidden Perk of the Single Life

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Being single has a few clear and obvious disadvantages. For starters, when I have a tough day, there’s no one to lean on. There’s only me, standing tall or falling down all by myself. As a single parent, the disadvantages are immediate. All the weight of being a parent falls on me, and even the beautiful, wonderful aspects of parenting aren’t something that I share with someone else while they’re happening.

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Former therapist. Author, Heart of Madison series. Poet. www.crystaljacksonwriter.com https://subscribe.to/crystaljackson https://linktr.ee/crystaljackson

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Crystal Jackson

Crystal Jackson

Former therapist. Author, Heart of Madison series. Poet. www.crystaljacksonwriter.com https://subscribe.to/crystaljackson https://linktr.ee/crystaljackson

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