“It is indeed challenging to be a single mother; they have to be the mother, father, provider for their children” – Dr. Jacquie.
Single mothers have very little time to live their lives and to enjoy it to its fullest apart from their duties and responsibilities in life. They are often left with limited choices after a divorce before the judgemental eyes of our society.
Since we human beings are biased by nature, some laws follow a similar tradition, especially alimony laws. On paper, it sounds good when children get the priority in terms of financial allocation of funds and not the guardian, but in practice, the reality could become much harsher.
Morning Lazziness is bringing to you an illuminating interview session with Dr. Jacquie Del Rosario, America’s marriage coach. She is a marriage coach, youth advocate, renowned public speaker, and author.
For the past 20 years, she has evangelized couples everywhere with her philosophy of the seven pillars of compatibility. She has engineered a host of tools to cultivate healthy relationships and marriage skills: Curricula, The Marriage University, and Best Marriage Keys; the Compatibility Quizzes.
The philosophy of compatibility
“I believe that compatibility makes up for eighty percent of what makes us successful in a marriage or relationship, and the other twenty percent is about how a couple goes over the arc of their life ” – Dr. Jacquie.
If a relationship’s compatibility pillars are strong, they are more likely to have a successful marriage, but if there is a leakage in one of them, it might turn out to be one filled with conflicts and resentments.
Feel free to join the marriage university, where courses in video format will provide you with solutions to problems in a relationship. Do check out the relationships key.com for more information.
“I salute single mothers, they are the champions of the 21st century, and they need to be supported not just in words but in deeds ” – Dr. Jacquie.
Single mothers aren’t weak without their mates, they have a lot to carry along with their journey, but that makes them stronger and more responsible. They are truly the warriors of life.