Single Parenting Essay
Samuella A. G. Brewah
SUNY College at Old Westbury
Abstract Being a single parent is an overwhelming task, nevertheless it yields greater benefits; with persistence and dedication. A strong bond is developed between the parent and the child/ children. It is a desire and heartbeat of everyone I to have a traditional family; wherein both the mother and father are fully involved in the lives of their children. In this all different roles and various levels of responsibilities are equally proportioned. There are times when as a single parent you encounter difficult moments; when performing tasks which should be handled by both parents especially those pertaining to gender. This research …show more content…
ready for him for school the next morning and also with piles of my school work that has deadlines to meet. He would want me to join him in playing his game after his homework or if the weather is nice I have to play football with him during the day. I established rules in the house that no TV or games during the course of the week only on weekends but sometimes as the only child with no one to play with at home; I tend to be flexible so I could free myself a little.