Every single mother may arrive at that juncture in life where they feel the need of some additional support in the form of a family. While a single mother will do everything she can in her hands to keep her children happy, in this modern day and age, it is an accepted norm for a widow or a divorcee to choose to find a new life partner for herself for that extra love, support and happiness in the home.

Dealing with Family Members understands the tricky nature of a situation when a single mother approaches her family or in-laws with a potential thought of starting a new family. Our website aims at offering single mothers advice on how best one can handle these situations. It is important for you to mentor your family members into your decision and make sure they are supportive of all your actions.

Communicating with your Children

The most important thing to do in such situations is to keep an open communication with your children. Depending on the age of your child, your sons and daughters may approach this situation differently. intends to guide you through handling your children helping you to make sure they are completely comfortable with your decision and do not feel neglected or feel that you are replacing the role of their father in any way.

Share your experiences, inhibitions, and apprehensions with other single mothers with respect to dealing with family members, fears pertaining to finding the right life partner and other issues pertaining to bringing up a new set of children, and making sure your children get along with the new family.

Browse through this section of and find answers to some of the most challenging questions you may face as a single mother.

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