Always making the most of any situation: death, divorce, health issues, and the many challenges of single parenting.
And for Jodi, life even added the experience of going through two hip replacements and helping others through that process. Jodi can assist you through any situation that has given you lemons.
From ever-vocal single parent advocate to inspired empty nester, Jodi is available for private coaching, interviews, and TV appearances.
She is the author of Making Lemonade: Guidebook for Life after Divorce for Single Parents and eBook — “55 Things Every Divorcing Mom Should Know!”
“Jodi Seidler is an extraordinary woman who uses her life experiences to benefit others. Her book, Making Lemonade: A Guidebook for Life after Divorce is a must read for anyone making this transition!”
– Elaine Hall of
“Jodi Seidler is the Emma Bombeck of our time. Her wit, stream of consciousness style and general genius are impressive. I remember her from when she first created her makinglemonade.com website (way back in the beginning of the internet), and her dedication to single parents hasn’t stopped there. As a member of the Jodi Seidler fan club, I applaud Jodi in every way. Congratulations on the birth of this book! – Deanie Kramer, Mediator
– Divorce Court TV
“I just wanted to say well done for compiling making lemonade. I am in the UK and feel quite out of touch with the positive kinds of messages that pour out of making lemonade. I really congratulate you on actively speaking out positively about the strengths and courage of single parents. I am a single parent and doing research to try and highlight the demands on and commitment of lone parents to make the best of life.”
– Harrie, Oxford
“You are one amazing woman!! Thank you for all you do!”
– Lois Nightengale, Author and Ph.D.
“I only recommend what I feel are the best sites on the web. As your site is one of those I have recommended for single moms, (under the topic of A Little Bit Of Everything) I would like to take this opportunity to praise you for having such an informative site.”
– Teri Colglazier, Single Mom Tips
“An amazing resource for parenting my teenage daughter as a single Dad. Especially planning outings and creating “dates” with my daughter to keep us close! Thank you! ”
– Dr. Mark Cohen
We want you to know you are not alone!
Whatever you are facing, one of us has gone through it, or know someone who has. Reach out for support, don’t go it alone!
Build yourself a network (girlfriends/babysitters/sleepovers), gather strength in ways you have never yet imagined.
Become clear about the things you want now (in other words – what’s next for you), it’s your time now to get a more crystal clear idea, focus on it and watch miracles happen for you, and your family.
Keep a journal about your thoughts, your feelings, and the synergy you’re feeling as you get in the flow of your new life or belief system. Write about the journey, the “aha moments”, the dark night of the soul. Cathartic, stream of conscious writing helps calm the heart and soul!
Let your single parent wings soar.
Don’t go it alone.