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The Single Mama’s Guide to Mother’s Day

by Michelle Dempsey M.S., CPRW on May 3rd, 2017

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2. Alone time.

Whether you’re partnered up or not, the one commonality we all share is that we can certainly use some alone time, that involves more than just a hot shower after the little goes to bed. If you have a reliable and trusted source to watch your brood for a few hours, indulge in doing something alone – and make it special.

3.Remind yourself that you do not need anyone by your side to feel celebrated.

This is where self-love comes into play. If you have not learned to celebrate yourself, all the time, then this is the best time to do it. Just think of the example you’re setting for your children! Sure, it may sting to scroll the Facebook feed and see all of those “my hubby is the best” posts accompanied by photos of flowers and jewelry, but don’t be fooled by propaganda. Those happy couples have problems too, the kind you once had, and the kind that once made you sad. There is no rule that says you MUST have a partner to feel special on Mother’s Day.

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You know what you need? Your child or children, yourself, and a heart full of love.

Happy Mother’s Day!

A writer, entrepreneur, radio host, and powerful motivational speaker – Michelle Dempsey, owner and founder of Michelle Dempsey, Very Well-Written, has one goal in mind: empowering women from all walks of life with her incredible personal life story of overcoming adversity and using the lessons learned to achieve success. Internationally published and known for her ability to connect with readers on a deeper level, Michelle has successfully united her passion for business and writing and developed a thriving career, offering writing and editing services, business coaching, branding expertise, and content marketing to business of all kinds.

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