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Children living with a step-parent or a lone parent are as happy as those living with two biological parents.
As the United States marks the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty this month, a new report suggests one recent weapon in the battle has been a disappointing failure.
MillionaireMatch.com finds that more than 250,000 people want to have children on its site.
Adults whose parents were divorced are more likely to switch religions or disassociate themselves from institutional religions altogether — but growing up in a single-parent family does not have any effect on private religious life, including praying.
While many adults must face the difficulties of the recession, the fallout of the recession has also affected children and young adults.
A group of three Kansas State University researchers is studying ways to help single mothers improve their relationship with their children.
Despite considerable research showing that children of same-sex parents fare just as well as children with heterosexual parents, two papers - a review of existing studies and a new study - published today in Elsevier's Social Science Research, find insufficient data to draw any definitive conclusions.
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