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Parents Without Partners provides single parents and their children with an opportunity for enhancing personal growth, self-confidence and sensitivity towards others by offering an environment for support, friendship and the exchange of parenting techniques.

For the minor children of single parents, it offers them the opportunity to meet peers living within the same family structure and thriving.

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We’re excited to be able to help you grow in your faith as a Christian single adult by: Regardless of your single status, we want to welcome you!Search the Garden State for your next date today and find a New Jersey single in your area.I've been at it for three-plus years now, so let me take a stab at what I suspect are your most pressing questions--they were surely mine. I know people who waited years before deciding to take the plunge and some who threw themselves into it instantly. If there's another parent in the picture and you share custody, you will suddenly have something called free time, which you may remember from your pre-mom days.There's no right or wrong, but you should date only because you want to, not because anyone else thinks you should or shouldn't. (If you're the solo caregiver, please put down this magazine and make yourself a roster of babysitters because you'll need a break.) I remember finding those first few weekends sans kids heady and horrible at the same time. We have events throughout Manhattan and the surrounding area.

NY Minute Dating organizes fun and exciting speed dating events for single New York men and women.This is a time where we can share ideas, suggestions and input from seasoned leaders in various positions that can help you lead the single adults of your organization. We are here to personally help you through the single adult stages of your life.Feel free to email us at or via telephone at 973-783-1010 ext. In the meantime, we hope to see you at our next event.Several months after my husband and I separated, it finally occurred to me that I was free to date. The last time I'd been single, I'd had copious amounts of free time, was beholden to no one, and believed in love.Now, however, I had 16 years of marriage and 11 years of motherhood under my belt, plus a less-than-starry-eyed attitude about romance.No more standing out in the crowd or feeling isolated because they are part of the single parent family.