At the age of 27, Julie Prescott became a single parent when her second marriage failed. Her children were ages 1, 4 and 6. For 11 years, she coped with low self esteem, poor earning capability, and feeling all alone. Prescott married again at the age of 38 and became a step-parent of two.
The drive to help future single parents started Prescott searching for answers to the problems she knew today’s single parents would face. Interviewing men and women who had already raised their children solo, she found Single Parent Wisdom.