No parent is truly prepared for the responsibility of raising a child, and doing so as a single parent presents unique challenges. Sometimes, it takes looking back to show your child the way forward-even if that means talking about puberty.
Kelly L. Easter and her husband divorced when their son was just seven years old. In this humorous take on raising a child, see how Easter tackles bullies, hygiene, and even puberty as she does her best to guide her son through those awkward teen years.
Easter reflects upon her upbringing as she raises her son, using the lessons she learned as a child to shape her own handling of similar situations with her son. Many of those lessons left her prepared for present-day child rearing. However, being a single parent presents unique challenges for Easter as well.
Whether it's how to best administer discipline, how to help children find the hobbies and skills they enjoy, or how a woman should explain to her son how his body works, Easter offers an insightful look at the joys and struggles of child rearing that's relatable to all parents, single or otherwise.
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About the Author
Kelly L. Easter attended Howard University. Mom Is Always Right...Sometimes is her first book, and she's currently working on her second along with a screenplay. When she's not writing, she can often be found playing with her lovable dog, Winston and volunteering with Veterans affairs. Easter currently resides in Richmond, Virginia.