The Black Girl’s Guide to Co-Parenting focuses on the daily stresses of being a black single mother, communication barriers, and self-examination of acts that prohibit her from communicating effectively with the father of her child.
This book is not meant to bash men nor put the blame on the mother, but for the black woman to self-evaluate and reflect on her mishaps as it relates to the father, and consider making some changes which will improve the co-parenting relationship.
For women trying to co-parent with the absent father but is struggling in building a solid relationship this book is for you. I want you to know that there is HOPE. Read the pages to come, evaluate your situation and see what changes you can make to have the best outcome for the child.