Everest College – The Official Blog

Succeeding as a Single Parent

Posted on: September 25, 2012

At Everest, we know how challenging it can be to raise a child on your own, especially when going to school. So we put together some simple advice for helping you cope and be the best you can be.

Make the most of your free time. Get out and do fun, positive things. Take a day hike, go to the park or visit a museum together. You’ll not only reconnect with your child, but you might be surprised at the people you meet and friends you can make.

Make and keep friends. Been hurt in the past? Resist the urge to build a wall around yourself. Stay open to positive friendships and never be afraid to turn to friends or family when you need support—it can make a big difference.

We want you to succeed. And with a little support, you can. For confidential help, call the Everest CARE program at 888-852-6238 or visit EverestCARES.com.

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