Does it Matter to Children?

Many single parents do a great job raising their children, but the consensus among social researchers is that children born to single parents, on average, experience more problems than children born into a family consisting of both biological parents. This is true even when social scientists control for other factors, such as poverty, race and ethnic background. The U.S. Catholic bishops’ website discusses this further; click Why Children Need Married Parents.

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