In the US there persists an old school stereotype of a single mother. It is that she is a poor unemployed welfare recipient. This simply isn’t so. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics at any one time, about two thirds of single mothers are working...
If you are one of the single moms with older teens and the empty nest with no significant other is looming large no need to spiral down into an abyss. Consider this a time to broaden your possibilities and dating opportunities. With nothing tethering you to one city,...
Life works in many different ways for all of us. While some of us have someone we share our lives with, a lot of us still end up single by the time we reach our 60’s. This occurs for many reasons. Loss, divorce or just sheer stubbornness and lifestyle decisions can...
The Relationship Bucket List? Since the 2007 release of the Rob Reiner film, “The Bucket List”, the phrase has become part of our daily zeitgeist. As a matter of fact it is so embedded in our lexicon, that some people have fractured the term and created...
We have all heard that oyster, red wine and bananas are powerful aphrodisiacs. But there are certain foods you need to eat to truly amp up your bedroom game. The ones that will turn your body into a lean, mean, lovemaking machine and increase your sex drive to boot....
Finally, an event singles can look forward to in February. If you are a single mom or single dad looking for love, this is your opportunity to find your perfect match. I have teamed up with Elite Connections, an exclusive matchmaking service, to pair 15 single moms...
"A friend of mine who went through an unhappy divorce a while back had a kindle edition of your last book which she was taking everywhere with her and your advice really put her back on her feet!"
Peter Stefanovic Medical Malpractice Lawyer, London, UK
"I thought it was a really well done book with excellent content ....great accomplishment Kerri. You came across as authoritative and caring and I loved how you used stories throughout each chapter. You must be quite powerful in person!"
Steve Adams CEO & author of "The Passionate Entrepreneur"
"What you are doing is very important to women and some of the women I work with have read your book and I feel they are "healthier" because they took your advice and actually applied it.
I feel you add benefit to the lives of women. At the same time, you're enriching the lives of those individuals who support the same women you're helping.
I just want to say thank you because when you heal those that are hurting, the support team surrounding these women heal too!"
Daniel Leary, Sales Director United Healthcare
"My mother could of used your help when I was a child. My dad abandoned us when I was 4, and never once even looked back. I can remember my mother during our first Christmas together alone, with the tears rolling down her cheeks. I have not thought about this for a very long time. Thank you for helping single moms and the children who can not vocalize what to say yet. They only know the pain and heartache.
You help moms to get their joy and hope back. Priceless!!! Wow...I can only imagine all the children that will grow up and Thank You for helping their mother."
Paul Stine RevLeap
"It was nice to meet you at the luncheon, really love your book. I look forward to seeing you at my Fashion Show."
Dina Bar-El Fashion Designer
"For anyone who’s gone to hell and back post divorce or simply living through a rough patch in a marriage, this book is the essential dust yourself off and put yourself together again. Kerri’s advice is weighty but delivered in a light-hearted way that could easily be the voice of your favorite girlfriend. The best advice is about treating dating simply as fun, rather than a chore, in a quest to find someone, once you have found yourself."
Claire Atkinson, Senior reporter Business Desk, New York Post
"Hey Kerri. I just wanted to let you know that I read your book last night and woke up at 4:00 am wanting to finish it. You did a fantastic job. It was like you were in my head as I have gone through the learning process of my divorce. I want to hug you for what you are doing for women everywhere. I am so impressed. More later. Love,"
Dr. Brooke Caldwell Sundstrom
"IT TAKES ALL 5 by Kerri Zane is one of those books that sneaks up on you then has you wishing the author would get to writing the subsequent edition this minute. This is a book that forces you to look inward… to define who you truly are and determine what you truly want in both a partner and life. Her clarity and straight forwardness stands apart from similar books that strive to achieve what Kerri has in this book but fall short. Every single mom should read this book. It’s truth captured in 214 pages that will change your life."