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Jen Singer    

Mommy Blogger, Author and Cancer Survivor; Creator of the Blog Parenting with Cancer

Jen Singer is the author of five books, a speaker, spokesperson and a serial blogger. The creator of MommaSaid.net, a Forbes Best of the Web site, she wrote the “Good Grief: A Tale of Two Tweens” blog for GoodHousekeeping.com for two years. Jen’s work has appeared in American Baby, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, Chicken Soup for Every Mom’s Soul, Entrepreneur, Family Circle, The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald, Newsweek, The New York Times, Parenting, Parents, the Wall Street Journal, Woman’s Day and more.

For eight years, she was a Huggies PULL-UPS Potty Training Partner and has served as a spokesperson for other major brands and companies, including, Coinstar, Hershey’s, Microsoft and SC Johnson. She has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows, including Anderson, CBS’ The Early Show, The CBS Evening News, CBS Radio, Disney Radio, Fox & Friends, Nightline, Parents TV and The Today Show and in “New Jersey: The Movie.”

A non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma survivor, Jen launched ParentingWithCancer.com to help parents with cancer and the people who love them. She writes regularly for Living with Cancer magazine, and has appeared on the cover of Cancer Today. She has spoken about cancer for the American Cancer Society and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, where she earned a standing ovation from an audience of 300. She’s been named “Best of Jersey” by New Jersey Monthly and a Swiffer Amazing Woman of the Year.

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The Holiday Card No One Ever Sends | Jen Singer

This year, we went to Playa del Carmen, made the varsity cross country team, and scored a gorgeous goal from 20 yards out. But really, that's not all that ...

'That's What My Parents Did' Is Not a Valid Parenting Plan | Jen Singer

Hitting a child is never reasonable. It's abuse. And it's time our country stops doing what its parents did, because a country that thinks it's okay to smack, spank , ...

How to tell your child you have cancer | Dallas Morning News

Tell them, don't lie to them, but give them age-appropriate information,” said Jen Singer, a writer and mother of two who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's ...

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