Dr. Chris's new upcoming book 

Love for Black Single Moms

You Are Enough


In 2022, there were approximately 4.15 million Black families in the U.S. with a single mother. Black single mothers are often blamed for the problems in the Black family and society. Yet single moms are the ones providing for their children - not abandoning them. 

So, what's going on? In a collection of short essays, Love for Black Single Moms will inform and enlighten you about the real issues, how to love yourself, and how to navigate a society that blames the victim. 

If you feel emotionally drained and overwhelmed trying to do it all, if you are frustrated by the challenges of single parenting, and uncertain about your future, Dr. Chris Stroble has your back. 

Love for Black Single Moms will equip you with the tools and knowledge to take back control of your life, show up for yourself, and know that you are enough. 


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Helping Teen and Single Moms Thrive 

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Helping Teen Moms Graduatewinner of two awards:

2023 PenCraft Book Award Winner

2024 Nautilus Book Award Winner

is a much-needed resource for families, schools, and community organizations who support pregnant and parenting students as they strive to complete their education.

Currently the CDC reports that only 50% of pregnant and parenting students earn a high school diploma. Helping Teen Moms Graduate offer strategies for families, schools, and community organizations to help more pregnant and parenting students graduate.

Helping Teen Moms Graduate


"Becoming pregnant or a parent does not need to derail a student’s education. Helping Teen Moms Graduate expertly highlights the unique barriers and discrimination pregnant and parenting teens face without further stigmatizing this population. By centering their voices, Dr. Stroble provides a much-needed roadmap for advocates, teachers, and other trusted community members to help pregnant and parenting teens thrive in school."

Cassandra Mensah, Counsel at the National Women’s Law Center

"Written with a great deal of grace and insights, Helping Teen Moms Graduate provides rich narratives and helpful strategies for educators of teen mothers. This is a useful text and it should be explored without judgment, but instead, with care and openness. It helps to address a lesser explored issue in secondary education."

Greg Wiggan, Professor of Urban Education, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

"In order to help teen moms graduate, we don’t need more statistics and simplistic how-to guides or checklists; we need to listen to the voices and experiences of teen moms themselves. Dr. Stroble does an expert job of elevating the voices of teen moms woven between statistics, evidence-based programs, and real solutions to helping teen moms graduate. If you really want to know how to support a teen mom, you’ve got the right book in your hands and I suggest you start with her first suggestion: Don’t Judge."

Amanda Moon Callahan, MA, Director of Prevention & Outreach, Safe Harbor

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