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Single Parenting - Impact On Children

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Does Single Parenting Affect Children?

The face of single parenting has changed in recent decades. It's no longer synonymous with "broken" homes or "illegitimate" children -- probably at least in part because single parenting is more common now, and parents are more likely to be on the...

What Are The Effects On Children Of Single Parents?

Although numbers are rapidly increasing, the children of single parents still have a questionable role in society. Convention still rules as schools, religious establishments, the media and most government entities continue to define the ideal fam...

6 Positive And 6 Negative Effects Of Single Parenting

Raising a child as a single parent is very stressful. Most times, the negative effects of single parent households are quite apparent; economic troubles and abandonment related trust issues. But, there are also positive effects on raising a child.

Children Of Single Parents Have Poorer Physical Health

Single parents who never get married or are divorced are more common now than ever before. Due to increased rate of single parents, researchers have been studying the effects of this type of family on children. In a new study, researchers reported...

Children In Single-Parent Families More Likely To Suffer Emotional Problems, Report Finds

Young people whose mother and father split up are also three times as likely to become aggressive or badly behaved, according to the comprehensive survey carried out by the Office for National Statistics.

Children In Single Parent Families 'Worse Behaved'

Children raised by single mothers are twice as likely to misbehave as those born into traditional two-parent families, according to research.

Children ‘No Less Happy In Single-Parent Homes,’ Study Finds

Children raised by a single parent are no less happy  than those living with two biological parents, a study has found. Researchers from NatCen Social Research found family composition has “no significant effect” on the happiness of children. Rath...

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