“There are things that parents are limited to do and some things

that they need to achieve that are beyond their limitations.

They’re the ones who should teach their children everything,

the do’s and don’ts of life.”

Have you ever experienced doing two or more things at the same time? Have you done things you thought you can’t do? Have you done things because you had to. Forced yourself to do something because that’s how it was supposed to be. You were willing to sacrifice anything for the sake of the people you love.

Parenting is hard. There are so many:

“You have to do this, you have to do that” 

“You should be like this, you should be like that”.

There are things that parents are limited to do and some things that they need to achieve that are beyond their limitations. They’re the ones who should teach their children everything, the do’s and don’ts of life.

Husbands and wives are partners. They help one another in building the family, especially in parenting. But what if only one can take responsibility? What if the father can’t or won’t? Then the mother has to step up… thus, affecting the whole dynamic of parenting.

It’s not easy doing dual parenting roles. Solo parents are multiplayers. They work to provide in the morning then transform to mothers in the evening. The moment they open their eyes, they swiftly transition to their duties. They clean the house, cook breakfast for their children then prepare themselves for work. When they get home, even though tired, they do not complain and function all the same. Prepare food for their children, wash the dishes, then get them ready for bed.

These women figuratively don’t rest, in between time, they have to wash the clothes, clean the house and more. It’s an ongoing process and sometimes redundant. These take a toll on the body. They make the body heavy and a drag to move around.

Just like everyone, solo parents want to give the best for their families. Some will take jobs even if they’re more fit for a man.

A tricycle driver, bus conductor, pedicab driver, fire fighting… these jobs typically are more suitable to men than women. But when left without a choice, solo parents jump in just to make sure they can put food on the table. Let’s face it, these jobs are not easy. They’re not a walk in the park., They’ll get body pains, migraine, and feelings of heaviness regularly.

That’s why we highly recommend Oleia Topical Oil to heal pains naturally faster. It has anti-inflammatory Omega-5 & Omega-9 from cetylated fatty acids and olive oil, moringa oil, virgin coconut oil, pomegranate seed oil, rice ban oil, and other premium oils, all of which combined, forms a  healthy and organic medicine that any one could use. It stops the migraine, muscle or other body pains, and inflammation in just 15 minutes.

If you are a solo parent yourself, you definitely can relate. You never want to settle  for anything less than amazing when it comes to your children. You always want to perform your best. So when you don’t have someone to share the burdens of hard work with…

OLEIA can because OLEIA cares.

About The Author

Angela Ruiza is an Oleia user and content contributor.
When not busy with work, she just prefers to spend time at
home watching her favorite TV series and read books.

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