Why I wrote this book

As I approached the end of Katys treatment, I realized that I had amassed not only a library of medical information, but scores of first-person accounts of how individual parents coped. It saddened me to think that most parents of children with leukemia would, like me, have to expend precious time and energy to collect, assess, and prioritize information vital to their child's well-being. After all, parents are busy providing much of the treatment that their child receives. They make all appointments, prepare their child for procedures, buy and dispense most medicines, deal with all of the physical and emotional side effects, and make daily decisions on when the child needs medical attention. In a sense, this book grew out of my concern that other overwhelmed parents should not have to duplicate my efforts to gather and organize information.

Single Parenting Becoming the Best Parent For Your Child

Single Parenting Becoming the Best Parent For Your Child

Parenting is a challenging task. As a single parent, how can you juggle work, parenting, and possibly college studies single handedly and still manage to be an ideal parent for your child? Read the 65-page eBook Single Parenting Becoming The Best Parent For Your Child to find out how. Loaded with tips, it can inspire, empower, and instruct you to successfully face the challenges of parenthood.

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