When your relationship ends after you have children, you may worry about many things.
Work-life balance, guilt for not being able to spend as much time at home, and fatigue from trying to carry the entire load — emotionally, cognitively, and psychologically.
And if you’re raising sons, you may have an additional worry: How do you raise them to exhibit the positive qualities of manhood?
Boys need positive male role models who can show them traits of positive masculinity.
But what if your ex-husband has no plans to financially, socially, emotionally, or mentally raise your son to be the man you want him to be?
The first thing I want you to do is to take a deep breath and remember this: Don’t believe the hype! You can do it!https://b6b83d5f24e957ebc35f61813cdff5d8.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html
Did you know that Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, actor Leonardo DiCaprio, and comedian Kevin Hart are just a few successful men that have been raised by single mothers?
To read what positive masculinity looks like when you are a single mom raising your son, click here.