A single parent is an uncoupled individual who shoulders most or all of the day-to-day responsibilities for raising a child or children

April 16, 2017

"The demographics of single parenting show a general increase worldwide in children living in single parent homes.[3] Single parenting has become a norm in the United States and is a trend found in multiple other countries. The morality and advisability of single motherhood has long been debated in the US. Single American mothers live in poverty 5 times more often than married parents. (National Women's Law Center, Poverty & Income Among Women & Families, 2000-2013) The topic is less contentious in Western European countries where all families enjoy more robust state-sponsored social benefits." -- Wikipedia

7 Child Care Issues Single Parents Face

April 16, 2017

Who is the unsung hero who said parenthood is the toughest job you'll ever love? Truer words were never spoken, but ask any single parent and they'll tell you about the innumerable challenges childcare can present to someone who is going it alone.

Photo by Ron King, Natural Playgrounds Company President

Girls With Single Parents Twice as Likely to Be Obese

"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that one child out of five in the U.S. is clinically obese, which has immediate and long-term impacts on physical, social, and emotional health."

What the “Mounting Evidence” on Working Moms Really Shows

April 16, 2017

The "mounting evidence" about working moms is more mixed than the New York Times lets on.

American women who can choose whether to work need a clear-eyed grasp of the inevitable trade offs, not advocacy.

This New York Times article has numerous links to relevant material.

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