Being raised in a single parent home, my mother struggled to support her four children. Today, I also am a single parent experiencing many of the same stressors my mother had to endure. While observing my mother juggle the time she spent working, mentoring her children, and participating in church activities, I had no idea of the complexity of her daily struggles. Now that I am experiencing the same situation, I recognize that much research has been completed on the issue of single parenting and its effects on the family.
One of the main causes of this would be if the parent is suffering financially. This can be solved by finding a job that is able to support both you and your child. This however, is often easier said than done. One benefit is that as single parenting has become more socially accepted it is starting to get easier to find a job within their local community that will allow them to sustain the needs of their children.
The Remnants of a Negative Stigma Times have really changed.
Older people often argue that the modern culture has forsaken and outgrown the values taught and instilled by old customs, beliefs and traditions. Moralists and conservatives sometimes raise their brows and express disgust over how current belief and culture systems are evolving.
What has been unacceptable in the old world is now becoming fast and rapidly rising trends. Taboos and outcast-driving issues of yester years are fortunately now very common and most people understand that they actually are just normal and acceptable.
The Rise of Single Parenting One of the issues that were raising the ire of people centuries or even just decades back is the issue of single parenting and the effects of single parenting on children.
A quick look at social philosophies link single parenting to adventurism and liberation of people. The Catholic Church has always been the dominating mentor and guide of traditions, norms and living. Unfortunately it has also contributed to a negative stigma. Procreation outside wedlock used to be a ground for excommunication.
Similarly so was divorce. It is one of the greatest sins, according to the Catholic Church, to engage in pre-marital sex.
Single parenthood in that sense, can be taken in as a punishment of some sorts, to the people who disobey the teachings of the church.
Single parenting is becoming a rapidly rising trend in the society. It is of course not only through pre-marital sex or divorce that spouses are often left alone with a child.
The causes for single parenting stretch much wider than that. Studies in the US alone indicate that there are four single parents to every ten parents, there are two single parents for every 10 adults in the country. Your great grandparents must be really turning up their graves if they could be able to hear such statistics.
How times have changed!Hearing about the negative effects of single parenting on kids, from economic hardships to abandonment-related trust issues can feel overwhelming.
The purpose of this research is to investigate the question the effect that single-parenting has on children. The Research Design The study will be about seeking the effects that contribute to children living in a single family in Red Shop community. The Effects of Single Parenting on the Family Single parenting has been a part of me throughout my entire life.
Being raised in a single parent home, my mother struggled to support her four children. Today, I also am a single parent experiencing many of the same stressors my mother had to endure.
Many have his or her own opinion about what it means to be a single parent, but being a single parent means that it is now the job of one parent to be both mother and father to their children.
Many debate on how children in single parent homes are affected. One of the issues that were raising the ire of people centuries or even just decades back is the issue of single parenting and the effects of single parenting on children.
A quick look at social philosophies link single parenting to adventurism and liberation of people. - Children being born out of wedlock have been increasing each year, making parents struggle with being a single parent.
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