National Single Parent Day

National Single Parent Day

Ever tried raising kids? Single Parent’s Day is a celebration of those courageous, self-reliant people who do it all on their own and often without any support.

Single parents aren’t always meant to be single parents. Single parenthood is often a result of unfortunate and stressful events. Even raising children with two parents can be difficult. So take a moment and congratulate those who are forced to raise their children alone, often through no fault of their own.

Julia Roberts, Bradley Wiggins, and Adele were all children of single parents. It is possible for single parents, it seems, to raise highly talented, high-achieving individuals. Single-parent families still have a stigma. This is a shame.

If you are the only child of one parent, this day is for you to show your appreciation for all they have done!

The Single Parent’s Day was created to honor the single parents who are responsible for raising their children. Their dedication, sacrifices, and hard work are what keep things moving!

Raising children is no easy task. It is even more difficult if you don’t have someone to support you. There are many reasons people choose to raise their children alone. We shouldn’t judge. It could be that the other parent hasn’t stepped in or they have died. It doesn’t matter what the circumstances are, it can be difficult for one person take on the role as mom or dad. But they do it well and deserve to be praised for it.

Single parents are, in the eyes of most people, like superheroes. It’s incredible to think that single parents can find enough time in a day to take care of all their needs, including school, work, doctor visits, and other responsibilities.

Many single parents are fortunate enough to have the support of their families. We should remember our siblings, grandparents and all other family members who help us. Some people don’t have any help, so they are responsible for all the work. It is nice to reach out to single parents if you can. If you can, lend a hand.

Single Parents’ Day has quite a long history. It all began in 1984 when Janice Moglen published an article titled “Single Parent Day”, hoping it would be recognized as well as Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.

Janice was determined to achieve her mission, so she teamed up with Parents Without Partners. They began petitioning for Single Parents’ Day to be declared in all 50 states.

It is also significant that the date was chosen. It is also significant because it coincides with Parents Without Partners’ origins, which were established for the first time on the 21st March 1957.

Janice and single parents across the United States were thrilled when President Ronald Reagan signed Proclamation 5666, declaring the 21st March 1984 Single Parents’ Day. This date has been celebrated in the United States and many other countries.

You can show support for single parents on Single Parents Day by showing your appreciation and showing your support. No matter if it’s a coworker, friend, neighbor, or family member you can tell them you are proud of what they do and you will be there for them if they need. This gesture can make a huge difference, especially if someone is having a difficult time getting their child to school.

You could help out Single Parents’ Day if you have the ability. This will allow someone you know to take a break from their never-ending to do list. You don’t have to offer to babysit for single parents on this day. However, you could. You can also help single parents in other ways, such as running their errands or cooking them dinner so they don‚Äôt have to cook.

Single parents should celebrate themselves on this day! After all, you deserve it! You don’t have to be shy about asking a friend or family member to babysit for you so that you can get some pampering time. You may decide that spending time with your child is the best way to spend the day. You could go to the movies together, or out for a meal. Whatever you do, remember that everyone is thinking about you. We appreciate and admire all that you do.


Mar 21 2025


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