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Author of The Real Secrets Women Only Whisper, Donna Antebi has a proven track record as a miraculous marriage-saver. With surprisingly counter-intuitive advice, Donna's coaching can help couples shore up the cracks in even the most damaged, infidelity-challenged situations. Having rescued and revitalized some of the most irreparably fractured marriages, Donna guides couples to rediscover true love, the importance of loyalty, and the beauty of family. She inspires couples to reinforce their commitment to each other – instead of to other people.
Glamour.com speaks with Donna on her new phrase Cleo!
"Looks like single mothers are on their own.
In a new Pew Research Center poll of American attitudes toward changes in the structure of the American family, researchers found that Americans were least forgiving of the rise in mothers raising children without a male partner to help them.
Pew polled 2,691 Americans adults to determine if they feel that certain trends are "a good thing for our society, a bad thing for our society or doesn't it make much difference." The list of trends varied, but one thing was for sure: the people polled were not fans of single mothers.
"Mothers raising children without a male partner was the trend that most sharply divided the two most tolerant groups. As a group, the Skeptics feel unmarried or gay couples raising children do not make much of a difference on society, yet they overwhelmingly believe single mothers are harmful to society."
Do you think single mothers are harmful to society? It's true that a child would be better off with both parents together in the household. But what if that's not an option? How are we supposed to win this race with our babies strapped to our backs?