Ms. Single Mama Uncensored

The secrets behind the blog and the perfect guide book for any dating single mom.

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The blog is just the beginning.

In Ms. Single Mama Uncensored the secrets are out. In the book you’ll find out…

  • How my ex-husband and I met and fell in love
  • More about the allusive Biker, my first single mom romance
  • Read the story about my first single mom crush
  • What really happened with Mr. Man
  • Why my fling with Cabin Man was so short lived
  • Details on how to have a happy and healthy sex life as a single mom along with tips on dating including touchy issues like when to tell him about your single mom status and when to introduce him to the kids.

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What people are saying about Ms. Single Mama Uncensored (the eBook):

“There’s no difference to me between this book and something on a shelf at Barnes & Noble. I bought it and have been devouring in big gulps for the past few nights. Thank you!” – Jen C. of Follow Your Bliss

“OMG…I can NOT stop reading your book. You’re an INCREDIBLE writer. I’ve loved your blog all along – but your book is truly, truly incredible. I am healing so much in so many ways just by reading your experiences and knowing, once and for all, that I too will be ok. Thanks for putting your heart on your sleeve for the rest of us single moms!!!” – Ericka Sevilla, on Facebook.

“For anyone who is on the fence on whether or not to buy this book…DO IT! I am also a single mother and since i am only 21 i do not have any single mama friends to discuss the different experiences and emotions that we go through with, but reading this book has helped me in SO many ways! Everything that Alaina talks about while telling her story is something that any single mother can relate to. For me at least, it seemed like this book was custom made for me. I believe that after you read her whole uncensored story that those of you who haven’t really started to heal can finally begin the process, and those of you who aren’t single mama’s can truly appreciate what a single mama has to go through to be also be a GREAT mama! Thank you so much Alaina for sharing this story with us! I obviously LOVED it!” – Chelsea

A true page-turner this book pulls no punches. Ms. Sheer recounts stories from her personal life with humbling candor, drawing readers in with all the confidence of a best friend. Central to the theme of this book is Ms. Sheer’s emphatic advice to each and every single mom searching for Mr. Right. That advice? Love yourself. We’ve all heard it, plenty of us have brushed it off, but none of us have had it phrased quite so convincingly as Alaina Sheer has done in this book.” – Jennifer Parker, Boise Examiner

“On the outside, you seem so put together: smart, beautiful, successful, confident, and (now) in love. You are, indeed, all of those things, but the e-book also shows a very the human side of you: an everyday, normal woman, with the same obstacles, mistakes made, lessons learned, worries, and disappointments. Despite what you have gone through, you remained strong for yourself and Benjamin–and in telling your story, you also give other single moms, dads, and everyone else HOPE. That is truly inspiring.” – Jen C.

“Old posts are mixed with new stories and her insights and revelations fill the gaps, creating a smooth, easy to follow glimpse into her world. Sheer invites you into her world, and while I am not single nor a mother, the underlying themes of trusting and believing in yourself rang true to my heart. Ms Single Mama finds a way to balance romantic optimism with the realities of daily life, all the while ensuring the needs of her son Benjamin are met. As both Benjamin and her confidence grow, she slowly heals from her previously chaotic life.” – Amanda, Stack of Spines

 

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Alicia August 2, 2009 at 9:37 am

Hey Alaina-
I’ve read your blog for several months, and its strange because I actually feel like we’re friends. I don’t comment often, but I wanted to for this. I did buy the new leaf necklace when it came out, and I bought the ebook almost as soon as it went up. I think it was well worth the $14.95, and I even stayed up until after midnight (CA time) reading it, making me late for work the next morning. I thought it was a fabulous read, I’m sure ill read it again. The knowledge gained by reading the ebook can be applied to my everyday life. It also made me feel that much closer to you! Thanks again!

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mssinglemama August 23, 2009 at 7:07 pm

Alicia:

Thank you so much for reading and for your support… so glad the book is translating into your every day. Those are the hardest moments we face – in the every day – and I’m just so happy I may have made your days a bit lighter.

xoxo

Alaina

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Jen C. August 2, 2009 at 11:22 am

Hi Alaina – I found your blog a few months ago and I love it. Even though I’m not a single mom, nor am I married, nor do I have kids, it still resonates with me. I was raised by a young, single mom, myself.

I also share your philosophy that life is to be lived and that everyone is responsible for their own destiny. And that we all should strive to do and be whatever makes us feel happy and fulfilled, no matter who has what to say about it. (Have a blog, myself, on the matter, called “follow my bliss,” about my journey to leave my desk job and do what I love.)

So thank you for being brave enough, not just to share your intimate personal stories every single day, but to write an entire book on the subject. There’s no difference to me between this book and something on a shelf at Barnes & Noble. I bought it and have been devouring in big gulps for the past few nights. Thank you!

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maureen August 3, 2009 at 7:16 am

Alaina,
I just finished ms single mama uncensored and I felt the need to email you right away to let you know how much I enjoyed it, how much it was exactly what I needed to read right now. My son is 5 and a half months old and I am very much a single mother as his father has not been all that involved, not since conception. In some ways I feel like it is easier for me because I never did have the attachment to Grady’s Dad that so many single mothers struggle with healing from. But at the same time I feel like it doesn’t matter how you became a single mother, there is tremendous common ground once you get to the place we’re in now and you, as someone who has been through what I’m living right now the honesty I found in your book made me feel ok about feeling what I’m feeling. Your encounters with “The Biker” and the first time you had sex postpartum were I’m sure difficult to share but it was huge for me to read about your experience, sex postpartum is difficult enough never mind when the person you’re sleeping with isn’t the one you had a baby with! I am thrilled at the happiness you have found with “The Bear” your story gives me hope that one day, I will not look at myself as damaged goods, I will have checked my baggage as you describe it and maybe, just maybe one day I will be ready and lucky enough to meet a Bear of my own!
To all of you out there who were on the fence about buying the book…do it! I wondered whether it would be mostly posts from the mssinglemama blog and whether it would be worth buying but it absolutely was. Every single mom needs to read this book, and so does every man who wants to date a single mom!

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Rachel Tobin August 4, 2009 at 7:15 am

This is a wonderful book! I only stumbled across your blog a few days ago, bought the book, and was up until 2:00 am reading it. It is incredible–thank you for sharing your experiences so other single moms can find the same strength you show. I also wrote a review of your blog in this article: (http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-17789-Salt-Lake-City-Single-Moms-Examiner~y2009m8d3-Ms-Single-Mama-featured-single-mom-blog)

Thank you again! I look forward to hearing the rest of your story…
Rachel

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Adde August 4, 2009 at 7:46 am

I loved your book. My mom was a single mother with me for a while so I appreciate the support you offer single parents. I’m not a mom but the advice you offer is still great sound advice for everyone.

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deanna August 6, 2009 at 8:41 am

i just read the first 10 pgs (for free, thank you!) and i thought it was awesome. the people who don’t want to pay are trippin.
i’m getting my copy today. thanks.

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min August 8, 2009 at 5:00 am

Loved the book. Happy that you have met a guy who seems worthy of your love. THe other men in your life seemed so unworthy of someone like you. THey really all seemed to be dealing with major major issues and in the midst of pretty heavy stuff. Regardless of what happens with JOhn Bear I hope you continue to have higher standards for the men you meet and bring into your life.

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Jen C from Cali August 11, 2009 at 11:37 am

Thank you Alaina for sharing your wisdom, intimacy, heart, and passion to make this a better world for our children. I just finished reading your e-book (that I won – Thanks to “The Lion”–What a kind, generous heart!), and I have to tell you that it was everything AND MORE than I expected. I originally thought that it would be a good read for all the juicy details of your dating past, however, I came away realizing a lot more myself, my dreams, hopes, and the fact that although I say I’m “ready” to date again, I really have a ways to go, still.

On the outside, you seem so put together: smart, beautiful, successful, confident, and (now) in love. You are, indeed, all of those things, but the e-book also shows a very the human side of you: an everyday, normal woman, with the same obstacles, mistakes made, lessons learned, worries, and disappointments. Despite what you have gone through, you remained strong for yourself and Benjamin–and in telling your story, you also give other single moms, dads, and everyone else HOPE. That is truly inspiring.

Thank you.

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Chelsea August 21, 2009 at 11:01 am

Okay for anyone who is on the fence on whether or not to buy this book…DO IT! I am also a single mother and since i am only 21 i do not have any single mama friends to discuss the different experiences and emotions that we go through with, but reading this book has helped me in SO many ways! Everything that Alaina talks about while telling her story is something that any sinlge mother can relate to. For me at least, it seemed like this book was custom made for me. I believe that after you read her whole uncensored story that those of you who haven’t really started to heal can finally begin the process, and those of you who aren’t single mama’s can truely appreciate what a single mama has to go through to be also be a GREAT mama! Thank you so much Alaina for sharing this story with us! I obviously LOVED it!

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Lisa August 23, 2009 at 11:41 pm

Thanks for sending the book along. I just finished reading and wanted
to say thank you. I’m a married mama from the Midwest and my daughter will
be 2 in October. I had the pleasure of hanging out with a single mom
recently–a girls day and night out. We couldn’t be more different
in our backgrounds, but we traveled together so well and had a most
excellent time. I’m thinking I’ve gained some perspective from reading
MSM. So thanks again from another reader who’s on your side, hoping
the very best for you.
Cheers to you and your family,
Lisa

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Sheila August 24, 2009 at 10:04 am

Hey Alaina!

I wrote up a little blurb on your incredible e-book on my blog, but it is worth repeating here, simply because I loved it so very much! Thank you for telling your story.

“In my internet travels of the single parent variety, I’ve met some smashing blogging cohorts. We are a very distinguished group of people, and “meeting” and getting to know them is one of the great pleasures of my life.

Last Fall, I stumbled upon Alaina’s blog, and the two of us quickly became online buddies, sharing commonalities between our exes and current situations, and even meeting in late Winter. She inspires me with her candor and willingness to keep her heart on the front lines of love.

She’s come out with an e-book that I’ve had a sneak peak at, and let me assure you, it is fabulous. It’s a compliation of her blog posts tied together with stories so many of us single (and non-single) parents can relate to. Plain and simple, it’s good stuff.”

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Montina Young Fortune August 25, 2009 at 10:28 am

To your success! I am so happy when I see single moms that crush the single mom stereotypes! We are successful, purpose driven, full of life,hope and love. I will be sure to add this to the Single Parent Assistance, Resources & Knowledge, Inc. library.

Tina
Successful Single Mom of 3

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Ms. No Single Mama Drama! August 29, 2009 at 2:04 pm

Hi Ms. Single Mama!

Thank you for visiting my blog (a while ago)! But thanks for the invite. I absolutely love your blog and the book idea.

Keep up the amazing work.

Yeah! Single Mama Power!

Ms. No Single Mama Drama

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Lisa R. November 6, 2009 at 5:39 am

I recently got to read your book and I don’t even know if I possess the right words to describe just how it made me feel! I cried, I laughed, and then I cried some more. I have been experiencing that feeling of “entrapment” for two years now and I know how hard it is to get out and get some “me” time. I feel like every time I can peek above the hole I seem to have found myself in, something else comes along and I slide back down the side to the bottom to start again. But I have learned to follow that “gut feeling” and not doubt myself as much as I once would. If anything, as my situation continues to worsen, I have started to understand myself a little more and how strong I can be. And I have the greatest motivation in the world. Every morning when my little boy so warmly and harmoniously awakens me with choruses of “Momma!” over the baby monitor, I have my reason to keep going, to keep fixing everything that seems “broken”.

And I want to say thank you! Thank you for having the courage to put your story and your experience out there for us “singlies” to read about. Thank you for letting us peek into what you went through and know that we are not alone in what we’re going through and that it does get better. It’ll take time and probably many more tears, but I will get there. In the mean time, even though single motherdom was not how I envisioned my future (Yes, I did want that house with the white picket fence the dog and the yard with a family to boot!), I know that I was meant to have my beautiful son and even if your dreams don’t end up turning out the exact way you wanted them to, it doesn’t mean you give up on them. You take a step back, rework them, and keep believing. Hope is a tricky tricky little bugger!

Your book is amazing, it’s hysterical, and it’s insightful! And you are an astounding writer! Thank you again so much!

Lisa R.
(24 Hour Pregnancy Momma!)

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Amber Rose December 23, 2009 at 11:25 pm

Just subscribed and became a fan of your fb fan page. I’m looking forward to learning more about you. =)
Come say hi at http://facebook.com/AmberRose

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jen February 2, 2010 at 8:18 pm

I got a copy of the e-book a month or so ago and meant to give you some feedback before now but better late than never ey? I really enjoyed it and pretty much read it all in one sitting. It’s so pertinent to me at the moment. At that time a guy I really liked had told me he just wanted to be friends which devastated me after I thought he’d promised more. I need to go back and re-read it now that we’ve entered a new stage in our relationship. After being friends for a couple of months, he recently asked me if we could start seeing each other. It’s very early days but I want to give it a go.

I enjoyed reading about the Bad Boy Complex as I have been attracted to too many bad boys and it’s taken me a long long time to get over this.

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Lisa March 8, 2010 at 11:24 am

Hi! I just finished reading your book. I was pretty immersed in it from the moment I purchased it. I really enjoyed your stories. As a single parent who’s divorced (we’d rushed to get married after 4 months of even meeting) and raising a toddler (who is absolutely amazing), I could really connect with what you were saying. The realization of why we like bad boys made me laugh. I am so guilty of that.

I’ve just started getting into the dating scene. Now, I have a lot more confidence in myself and I’m happier with who I am.Your book had me sad at the end– because there wasn’t more! 🙂 But I look forward to reading more of your blog and your adventures.

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Maichi August 26, 2010 at 2:29 am

I read the first 10 pages and i think its a great book… Do you ship to Africa, or is your book found in any particular bookstores in Africa?

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Richelle Gandy October 9, 2011 at 6:46 am

Hi…I purchased your leaf necklace but the ebook did not come up after purchase. i was hoping you can send me the link via. the email above.
many thanks
Richelle

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Lucy McBees October 9, 2011 at 8:52 am

Hi everyone.

I can not wait more for that valuable book. I looking forward. Thank you.

Cheers Lucy

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