More and more individuals are parenting solo, either by choice or by circumstance. The role of a primary solo parent can bring a sense of overwhelm, accomplishment, self-doubt, and confidence. These ever-changing emotions are valid, expected, and normal. Parenting comes like a wrecking ball with a baby to any new parent. Solo parenting is a way of life for many new parents in today’s culture. Navigating this new role may . . .