How to Build a New Support System as a Single or Divorced Mom

In divorce, divorce advice, friendship, single mom, single parent life on August 4, 2015 at 1:59 pm

If you’re a newly single mom or a single or divorced mother who is still having a hard time finding backup, getting a support system in place is crucial. Whether it’s finding someone to help with your children or creating new holiday traditions as a new “family” of sorts, creating a new village for yourself will enrich your life and your children’s.


Whether you’ve been a single parent for two days or two years, having women to turn to who have been there and done that is valuable. It took me a year to finally make my own social media group comprised of single moms. I added acquaintances and friends (and suggested they add friends too) in order to get some support on questions and problems I had that my other friends and family couldn’t answer. While I know some ladies better than others, I consider them a good source of information and one I need as I venture into a new life with my daughter, alone.

Read More: How to Build a New Support System as a Single or Divorced Mom

It Takes a Village,


  1. This is soooo true! Thanks. Looking forward to more.

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