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I believe that after you read her whole uncensored story that those of you who haven’t really started to heal can finally begin the process, and those of you who aren’t single mama’s can truly appreciate what a single mama has to go through to be also be a GREAT mama! You are, indeed, all of those things, but the e-book also shows a very the human side of you: an everyday, normal woman, with the same obstacles, mistakes made, lessons learned, worries, and disappointments. A lonely single mom looking for validation from the web.

To stage the experiment, Sy Thomas, 36, from London, underwent a makeover - complete with feminine clothes, a wig and full make-up - to pose as a woman and to his shock he received more than 400 messages in three days.

My single mom friend and blogger, Emma Johnson, is such an inspiration. In the book you’ll find out…“There’s no difference to me between this book and something on a shelf at Barnes & Noble. of Follow Your Bliss ”“OMG…I can NOT stop reading your book. I’ve loved your blog all along – but your book is truly, truly incredible.

I met her years ago at the 2012 Blog Her conference. I bought it and have been devouring in big gulps for the past few nights. I am healing so much in so many ways just by reading your experiences and knowing, once and for all, that I too will be ok.

At the time, she was just about to begin her own blog on being a single mother. Thanks for putting your heart on your sleeve for the rest of us single moms!!!

Flash forward to today and she has tens of thousands of readers and is still a thriving, happy and successful single mother. I need to re-write the ending and a bunch of other things, so stay tuned for an updated version. ” – Ericka Sevilla, on Facebook.“For anyone who is on the fence on whether or not to buy this book…DO IT!

And recently she interviewed me for her awesome podcast, . We spend about an hour talking about some of the hottest single mom topics: dating with children, moving past your ex-husband, finding happiness through acceptance. xoxo, Alaina So many of you are still here, finding this blog at the start of your journey as a single mom as you type in a search term looking for answers and support. I am also a single mother and since i am only 21 i do not have any single mama friends to discuss the different experiences and emotions that we go through with, but reading this book has helped me in SO many ways!Know that I miss you always, think of you constantly and wish I could be here, writing more. Believe it or not, I miss my days as a single mother. Everything that Alaina talks about while telling her story is something that any single mother can relate to.For me at least, it seemed like this book was custom made for me. We’ve all heard it, plenty of us have brushed it off, but none of us have had it phrased quite so convincingly as Alaina Sheer has done in this book.” – Jennifer Parker, Boise Examiner“On the outside, you seem so put together: smart, beautiful, successful, confident, and (now) in love.Ms Single Mama finds a way to balance romantic optimism with the realities of daily life, all the while ensuring the needs of her son Benjamin are met. Then sometimes I hear/read stories like yours that give me a little push that I so badly need in the positive direction. I am 24 years old and single mom to two beautiful twin girls..As both Benjamin and her confidence grow, she slowly heals from her previously chaotic life.” – Amanda, Stack of Spines I love hearing from you, my readers. The fact that my blog helps all of you feel more confident, empowered, and inspired fills me with so much hope and happiness. I never planned on being a single mom of course, but I was young when I got married and put up with an abusive husband for one year.I receive so many, it is hard to respond to all of them. I found myself with newborn twin daughters to raise at 20 and I somehow have made it this far.

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