Fatherless Single Mother Home Statistics | Fix Family Courts (2022)

School shootings have been increasing and there is a strong probability that this is the product of single parent homes that are fatherless, the result of a failed social experiment by the family courts. Family courts force children into broken homes with single parents just because the parents divorce or separate even when both parents are fit.

The following statistics were submitted by Paul Clements, a father in this fight, who has shared this compiled research. Much of the research is gender based because there has been a strong father initiative over the last decade to get father’s back into children’s lives after a monotropy standard (which by the way was implemented from mental health workers that the court adopted as the tender years doctrine), this is where the belief was that mother’s were better suited for parenting children, which drove gender-biased family court policies like tender years doctrine, and caused the loss of father’s in children’s lives.

“Look at the detriment to children and society which comes from sole maternal custody” writes Paul.

SINGLE MOTHER HOMES Statistics

37.8% of single mothers are divorced, 41% never married, and only 6.5% widows. Brookings Institute, “Assessing the Impact of Welfare Reform on Single Mothers”, Part 2, 3/22/04

“The strongest predictor of whether a person will end up in prison, is that they were raised by a single parent”. C.C. Harper and S.S. McLanahan, “Father Absence and Youth Incarceration”, Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Assoc., San Francisco, CA, 1998

In 1996, 70% of inmates in state juvenile detention centers serving long sentences, were raised by single mothers. Wade Horn, “Why There Is No Substitute For Parents”, IMPRIMIS 26, NO.6, June, 1997

Fatherless Single Mother Home Statistics | Fix Family Courts (1)The proportion of single-parent households in a community predicts its rate of violent crime and burglary, but the community’s poverty level does not. Source: D.A. Smith and G.R. Jarjoura, “Social Structure and Criminal Victimization,” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 25. 1988.”

72% of juvenile murderers, and 60% of rapists came from single mother homes. Chuck Colson, “How Shall We Live?” Tyndale House , 2004, p.323

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“After controlling for single motherhood, the difference between black and white crime rates disappeared.” Progressive Policy Institute, 1990, quoted by David Blankenhorn, “Fatherless America: Confronting Our Most Urgent Social Problem,” New York, Harper Perennial, 1996, p.31

Growing up without a father could permanently alter the structure of the brain, and produce more children who are more aggressive and angry. Children brought up only by a single mother have a higher risk of developing deviant behavior, including drug abuse, new research suggest. Dr. Gabriella Gobbi, McGill Univ. and Francis Bamlico, Center for Addiction and Mental Health, publishing in the journal, “CEREBRAL CORTEX.”

“(I)n a recent study by the Baltimore-based Annie E. Casey Foundation. Comparing statistics for its Kids Count report, the organization reported that Detroit ranks No.1 in unmarried births among the nations’ 50 largest cities. Of the 16,729 babies born in Detroit in 1997, 13,574 were black, 1,679 were white and 817 were Hispanic. Seventy-one percent were born to unmarried mothers. This compared with a state average of 33 percent and a 50-city average of 43 percent.”

Detroit is the worst offender on our list of America’s most dangerous cities, thanks to a staggering rate of 1,220 violent crimes committed per 100,000. “By Thanksgiving, 2012, the city had surpassed the 344 homicides reported in all of 2011. As of Dec. 16, the city had recorded 375 murders.”

Single parents make up a third of Wisconsin parents, The Annie E. Casey Foundation reports. And according to a 2009 report from the US Census Bureau, there are approximately 13.7 million single parents across the U.S., with single mothers outpacing single fathers five to one.

Two thirds of all children murdered, are murdered by their mother. Source: U.S. Dept of H&HS website ‘Child Abuse Statistics by Relationship’ March 2013

“Girls raised without fathers are more sexually promiscuous, and more likely to end up divorced.” Wade Horn, “Why There Is No Substitute For Parents”, IMPRIMIS 26, No.6, June, 1997

70% of teen births occur to girls in single mother homes. David T. Lykken, “Reconstructing Fathers”, American Psychologist 55, 681,681, 2000

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86% of American teen births are out of wedlock. Dr. David Popenoe, “The Future of Marriage In America”, Rutgers Univ., The National Marriage Project, 2007

“America has more than twice as many teenage births as other developed nations.” Isabel V.Sawhill, to House Committee on Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Human Resources, June 29, 1999

There are more than 400,000 teen births annually in the US, most of them to unmarried mothers on welfare.
National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.

The public cost of births to teens 17 and younger is estimated at $7.6 BILLION per year. The children are more likely to be in foster care, less likely to graduate from high school, daughters are more likely to have teen births themselves, and sons are more likely to be incarcerated. Saul Hoffman, Univ. of Delaware.

70% of drop-outs, and 70% of teen suicides come from single mother homes. Wade Horn, “Why There Is No Substitute For Parents,” IMPRIMIS 26, N0. 6, June 1997

70% of runaways, 70% of juvenile delinquents, and 70% of Child murderers, come from single mother homes. Richard E. Redding, “It’s Really About Sex”, Duke Univ. Journal of Gender Law and Policy, Jan.1, 2008.

Effects of Fatherlessness – Teenage Statistics

  • 63% of all youth suicides,
  • 70% of all teen pregnancies,
  • 71% of all adolescent chemical/substance abusers,
  • 80% of all prison inmates, and
  • 90% of all homeless and runaway children, came from single mother homes.

Bob Ray Sanders, “Hey Y’all, Let’s Fill The Hall (Of Fame), Ft. Worth Star Telegram, Oct.28,2007
Mona Charen, “More Good News Than Bad?”, Washington Times, Mar.16, 2001 (citing Bill Bennett, “The Index of Leading Cultural Indicators: American society at the end of the 20th Century., New York, Broadway Books, 1994)

Children brought up in single mother homes are:

  • 5 times more likely to commit suicide,
  • 9 times more likely to drop out of high school,
  • 10 times more likely to abuse chemical substances,
  • 14 times more likely to commit rape,
  • 20 times more likely to end up in prison,
  • 32 times more likely to run away from home.

Chuck Eddy, “The Daddy Shady Show”, Village Voice, Dec. 31, 2002

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(see drop-out rates above)
The journal Health Affairs reported a five-year drop in the life expectancy of white females without high-school diplomas . White men without high-school diplomas had lost three years of life expectancy.
http://prospect.org/article/whats-killing-poor-white-women

600,000 out of wedlock births in 1979. Patrick Fagan and William H.G.Fitzgerald, “Why Serious Welfare Reform Must Include Serious Adoption Reform. Heritage Foundation Reports, July 27, 1995

In 2003, there were 1.5 Million unwed births, and less than 1% were put up for adoption. Fagan and Fitzgerald (above)

Less than 1% of children born to never married women were placed for adoption from 1989 to 1995. U.S. DHHS, Child Welfare Information Gateway, “Voluntary Relinquishment For Adoption, Numbers and trends, 2005

Only 4% of college graduates have illegitimate children, and only 16% of college graduates get divorced, compared to 46% of high school dropouts, who marry in smaller numbers to begin with. Dr. David Popenoe, “The Future Of Marriage In America; “The Frayed Knot – Marriage in America”, The Economist, May 26, 2007

50% of single mothers are below the poverty line, their children are 6 times more likely to be in poverty than children with married parents. Chuck Colson, “How Shall We Live”, Tyndale House.

85% of homeless families are single mother families. Barry H. Waldman and Stephen P. Perlman, “Homeless Children With Disabilities, “ The Exceptional Parent, June 1, 2008 (American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry

90% of welfare recipients are single mothers. Jason DeParle, “Raising Kevion”, New York Times, Aug. 22, 2004

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Over 30% of families led by single moms are living in poverty, compared to 16.4% of families led by single dads. Amanda Hess, blogging at:http://www.slate.com/blogs/xxfactor/2013/09/19/

There were 3 million single mothers in 1970 and 10 million in 2003. U.S. Census, Table FM-2, All Parent/Child Situations, by Type, Race, and Hispanic origin of Householder, 1970 to 2003

More than one million British children currently live without a father, and have no adult male role models, a figure that is rising at a rate of 20,000 per year. In the Manor Castle ward of Sheffield, ENG. 75% of households are headed by a single parent, most commonly, a woman. Center for Social Justice(6/2013)

The illegitimacy rate went up more than 300% since 1970. House Ways and Means Committee, Nonmarital Births to Adults and Teenagers and Federal Strategies to Reduce Nonmarital Pregnancies, appendix “M”, 2003

The long-term health effects of broken families were often devastating. Parental divorce during childhood emerged as the single strongest predictor of early death in adulthood. The grown children of divorced parents died almost five years earlier, on average, than children from intact families. The causes of death ranged from accidents and violence to cancer, heart attack and stroke. Parental break-ups remain, the authors say, among the most traumatic and harmful events for children.
The Longevity Project ,By Howard S. Friedman and Leslie R. Martin (Hudson Street Press) 0020

Fix Family Courts would like to point out that the last paragraph of the above statistics should be justified. It is not the divorce itself that is causing the adulthood early death, but the result of the child having a parent reduced to a visitor and that parent’s authority stripped from the child, which strips the security and stability from that child that is having the dangerous effect on children. You do not strip millions of children of their fit and loving parent more than a divorce already causes and make these children second-class citizens and expect these children not to show any permanent damaging effects.

Thank you Paul for supplying these statistics. There have been many others that have brought these statistics to us in the past as well, Mike Whitney, David Mortimer, Thommy Noodlez, Joe Barrow, and Thomas Fidler, to name a few prominent men going through great efforts to assist parents with protecting their children. There are many parent soldiers out there that werejust regular parents who have been hurt in this battlethat have become a soldier in this effort to help stop this epidemic from being repeated in the next generation. We thank all of you for sharing with us and coming together to end this practice once and for all.

FAQs

Do single fathers do better than single mothers? ›

In terms of household financial status, single fathers are much better off than single mothers, and much worse off than married fathers.

What is the effect of growing up in a single-parent household? ›

Single-parent children can feel frightened, stressed, and frustrated by the difference between their lives and their friends'. Children of single parents are more prone to various psychiatric illnesses, alcohol abuse, and suicide attempts than children from homes with two parents.

Who is more likely to live with a single-parent? ›

Statistics by Race, Ethnicity and Family Nativity

Data from 2019 indicates that: Black and American Indian kids are most likely to live in a single-parent families (64% of Black children and 52% of American Indian children fit this demographic).

What do single parents struggle with the most? ›

There is an emotional challenge that single mothers go through, a sense of loneliness and depression when mothers cannot share the good and bad experiences with someone or have a partner to share the work with. Lack of financial support. Single mothers often feel guilty for not providing enough for their kids.

What do single mothers need most? ›

Aside from setting goals, single mothers need to take care of themselves. Whether it's making sure you eat well, taking time to exercise, keeping in touch with friends, getting enough rest, or even seeking professional counseling if you need it -- you'll be a better mom if you make yourself a priority.

Are single moms happier? ›

Our results indicate that single mothers are not a happy group. They report being significantly less happy, on average, than do all respondents, all female respondents, single women without children, and married mothers. This "happiness gap" is present at both ends of the happiness distribution.

Is it worse to grow up without a mother or father? ›

It is widely recognized that children who grow up without a biological parent do worse, on average, than other children. However, because hav- ing a single parent is highly correlated with many other socioeconomic disadvantages, the negative outcomes might be caused by something be- yond the parent's absence.

What are the psychological effects of being a single parent? ›

Single-parent households are more likely to have financial difficulties, which can lead to emotional problems for the children. This could include anger, frustration, and increased risk of violence. They may feel sad, anxious, lonely, or abandoned and might have trouble socializing.

What is an advantage of being a single parent? ›

Without a spouse taking up time with needs and requests, a single parent has more time – and energy - for the children. Single parents are also able to arrange the family schedule without consulting, or being concerned with, the other parent. Often, single parents are more relaxed with their children because of this.

What race has the highest single mother rate? ›

In 2016-20, the share of families headed by single parents was 75% among African American families, 61% among Hispanic families, 39% among white families and 23% among Asian families.

What are the statistics of single mothers? ›

Single Parent Statistics
  • 80% of all single parents in the U.S. are single mothers.
  • 52.9% of single mothers are millennials.
  • 15.6 million children live in single-mother households in the U.S.
  • 52.3% of single mothers have never been married, 29.3% are divorced.
27 Jun 2022

How many kids grow up without fathers? ›

Facts Regarding Children Growing Up in Households Without a Biological Father. Roughly 25% of the children in America grow up without their biological father in the home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. This has become so common to hear that many people don't think much of it.

How does single parenting affect a child emotionally? ›

All these issues and explosive factors of single parenting also impacts child's psychological well-being and leads to feeling of violence, anxiety, depression, anger, isolation, lack of social interaction, negative perception for self and sometimes leads to suicidal ideation.

Why is single parenting so hard? ›

Single parenting can be hard because you're trying to do everything by yourself. You might feel overwhelmed, tired and stressed out because there's no one else around to help you with things like cooking dinner or getting the kids' clothes ready for school.

What are two additional challenges a single parent family may face? ›

Although a single-parent family has its benefits, it can have the following disadvantages:
  • Having less money. ...
  • Spending less quality time. ...
  • Work overload and multitasking‌ ...
  • Negative feelings. ...
  • Disciplining your children. ...
  • Behavioral problems. ...
  • Relationship problems. ...
  • Clinging to your children.
8 Sept 2021

How do single moms survive financially? ›

11 Key tips on how to survive financially as a single mom
  1. Change your financial mindset. ...
  2. Separate your finances from your ex-partner. ...
  3. Take out insurance for your family. ...
  4. Increase your earnings. ...
  5. Start debt management to survive financially as a single mom. ...
  6. Understand your taxes as a single mom. ...
  7. Make a single mom budget.
25 May 2022

What do single moms do for fun? ›

20 Fun Summer Activity Ideas – Single Moms with Kids
  • 1 1. Go on random acts of kindness/love-bombing tour with your kid.
  • 2 2. Go on a hike.
  • 3 3. Wash your car in swimsuits.
  • 4 4. Have a backyard camp out.
  • 5 5. Make ice-cream.
  • 6 6. Eat smores.
  • 7 7. Go for a picnic.
  • 8 8. Pick wildflowers.
13 Sept 2022

How do you motivate a single mom? ›

Here are 20 ways to stay motivated and positive as a single mother.
  1. Don't Be Hard on Yourself. ...
  2. Get a Support System. ...
  3. Find a Creative Outlet. ...
  4. Include Exercise in Your Routine. ...
  5. Learn Something New. ...
  6. Think about Your Long-term Goals. ...
  7. Congratulate Yourself. ...
  8. Maintain a Journal.
20 Apr 2020

Are Divorced moms happier? ›

In the survey participants were asked to rate their happiness before and after their divorce. During a 20-year period, researchers found that women were happier and more satisfied with their lives after divorce.

What is cold mother syndrome? ›

Emotionally absent or cold mothers can be unresponsive to their children's needs. They may act distracted and uninterested during interactions, or they could actively reject any attempts of the child to get close. They may continue acting this way with adult children.

How does having no father affect a girl? ›

Fatherless Daughters Have Self-Esteem Issues

Countless studies have shown that fatherlessness has an extremely negative impact on daughters' self esteem. Her confidence in her own abilities and value as a human being can be greatly diminished if her father isn't there.

What happens when a child does not bond with mother? ›

The effect of not having this bond is problems with behaviour and in dealing with emotions and new situations. This can cause effects which carry on right through childhood and into their adult life. However, if attachment disorder is picked up early, it can often be put right.

Can you have PTSD from being a single-parent? ›

Very often, after going through abuse relationship(s) single moms suffer from mental related challenges like depression, anxiety, and PTSD.

Is being a single mother traumatic? ›

Although they've made the brave choice to leave, the psychological trauma lingers and can be easily triggered. Without support or resources, too many single moms carry a heavy burden of pain, which is often expressed in PTSD, depression and other mental health challenges.

What is single-parent burnout? ›

If parents aren't able to cope with the stress caused by single parenting, they run the risk of experiencing burnout. This is a common condition among single parents that can often lead to increased anxiety, depression, and physical health issues.

What are the five most common family problems? ›

8 Common Family Issues and How to Solve Them
  • Distance. Ready To Feel Closer, Even In The Midst Of Life's Challenges? ...
  • A Cluttered Schedule. As a parent, it may seem as if you have no time. ...
  • Arguments and Fights. ...
  • Disagreements On Parenting. ...
  • Work-Life Balance. ...
  • Money Problems. ...
  • Unfaithfulness. ...
  • Difficult Children.
31 Aug 2022

What is the main reasons for single parent families? ›

Reasons for becoming a single parent include divorce, break-up, abandonment, becoming widowed, domestic violence, rape, childbirth by a single person or single-person adoption. A single parent family is a family with children that is headed by a single parent.

Which race has the most fatherless children? ›

57.6% of black children, 31.2% of Hispanic children, and 20.7% of white children are living absent their biological fathers. Source: Family Structure and Children's Living Arrangements 2012. Current Population Report.

How many white families are fatherless? ›

Data Type All
LocationRace2019
United StatesNon-Hispanic White8,479,000
United States24%
United StatesTwo or more races1,923,000
United States40%
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What state has the most single mothers? ›

CharacteristicPercentage of households
Louisiana6.18%
Georgia5.85%
Texas5.54%
District of Columbia5.24%
9 more rows
3 Sept 2021

What is the difference between single mother and single-parent? ›

A single mother also referred to as a “single mom” is an unmarried female aka single parent who has little to no support from the child/children's father. In most cases the father is completely removed from her and the child's life by choice or necessity and he provides minimal financial support.

What percentage of single mothers work? ›

The labor force participation rate of mothers with children under 18 was 72.3% in 2019. For single, widowed or divorced moms, the rate was 77.6%, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Why are single moms so common? ›

The main cause of single parent families are high rates of divorce and non-marital childbearing. A 2019 study from Pew Research Center has shown that the United States has the world's highest rate of children living in single-parent households.

Does not having a father affect a child? ›

Father absence hinders development from early infancy through childhood and into adulthood. The psychological harm of father absence experienced during childhood persists throughout the life course. The quality of the father-child relationship matters more than the specific amount of hours spent together.

What are the statistics of fatherless homes? ›

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 19.5 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. Source: U.S. Census Bureau. (2018). Living arrangements of children under 18 years old: 1960 to present.

What percent of homes are fatherless? ›

1. According to the statistics of fatherless homes, 17.4 million children lived in fatherless homes. This amounted to almost a quarter of all American children — more precisely, 23.6%.

Are guys interested in single mothers? ›

Many single moms find love, companionship and partnership with good, successful men who respect and care for them and their children. What is this? A woman who has children or is divorced are not deterrents for quality men — many of whom are also single dads themselves and seeking partners who understand them!

What Is a Choice Mom? ›

She defines a 'Choice Mom' as "a single woman who proactively decides to become the best mother she can, through adoption or conception. Sometimes she finds a partner after she marches toward her goal of building a family' sometimes she doesn't."

What Is A Choice parent? ›

At a minimum, parental choice means giving parents the right to choose the specific public schools their children attend, rather than having them assigned to the school based on place of residence. In its more far reaching form, however, the movement has called for a complete restructuring of the educational system.

Can a single mom raise a successful child? ›

Development experts say that single moms' kids can still enjoy great success.

What happens to kids raised by single mothers? ›

Across numerous studies, children raised in single-mother families are at heightened risk for substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and externalizing behaviors and disorders (Amato & Keith, 1991; Aseltine, 1996; Dodge, Petit, & Bates, 1994; Hilton & Devall, 1998; Schleider et al., 2014).

What do single mothers need most? ›

Aside from setting goals, single mothers need to take care of themselves. Whether it's making sure you eat well, taking time to exercise, keeping in touch with friends, getting enough rest, or even seeking professional counseling if you need it -- you'll be a better mom if you make yourself a priority.

How do single parents discipline children? ›

10 Effective Discipline Strategies for Single Parents
  1. Establish a Set of House Rules. Testing your limits is a healthy part of your children's growth and development. ...
  2. Use Praise to Your Advantage. ...
  3. Develop a Firm and Serious Tone of Voice. ...
  4. Set Boundaries. ...
  5. Redirect/Separate. ...
  6. Ignore It. ...
  7. Time Out. ...
  8. Loss of Privileges.
11 Jul 2013

What do single dads struggle with? ›

Single parents often run into logistical challenges. They can't be in two places at once and there's no partner to fall back on. They may run into unexpected problems, like the lack of changing tables in men's bathrooms or suspicion from strangers when they're out with their children.

What is the ratio of single mothers to single fathers? ›

Single fathers are far less common than single mothers, constituting 16% of single-parent families. According to Single Parent Magazine, the number of single fathers has increased by 60% in the last ten years, and is one of the fastest growing family situations in the United States.

Are mothers or fathers better parents? ›

A study of 18,000 people shows that fathers experience more well-being from parenthood than mothers. Past studies have considered whether people with children have greater well-being than people without children. They do.

How do single moms financially survive? ›

Single Moms Seek Out (And Need) Subsidies

Those needing financial assistance are great and many need subsidies. Waitlists for child care subsidies can be as long as two years long. In many states, a single mother has to pay over half of her income to afford care for children aged 3 and under.

What are the benefits of being a single-parent? ›

10 Benefits of Being a Single Parent
  • You grow up fast: I was a relatively young mum. ...
  • Harmony at home: It was a relief to escape the daily arguments. ...
  • You make your own decisions: ...
  • You become more confident: ...
  • You value friendships: ...
  • You become independent: ...
  • You develop a powerful bond with your kids. ...
  • You become grateful:
8 Apr 2021

Can a single father raise a daughter? ›

While you are completely capable of raising your daughter alone, never underestimate the importance of inviting a female mentor into your daughter's life. 2 Sometimes, a grandmother, aunt, or other family member can take on that role. Or enlist the help of a mom with a daughter the same age as yours.

What state has the most single mothers? ›

CharacteristicPercentage of households
Louisiana6.18%
Georgia5.85%
Texas5.54%
District of Columbia5.24%
9 more rows
3 Sept 2021

What state has the most single fathers? ›

Parents at a glance

Source: LendingTree analysis of U.S. Census Bureau 2020 American Community Survey (five-year estimates) microdata. But while single-father families aren't all that common, LendingTree researchers found that Nevada has the largest rate of single-father families, at 6.8% of all parent-child families.

Which country has the most single mothers? ›

Among more economically developed regions, Northern America is home to the highest rate of single women aged 18 to 60 with children, at 19%.
...
U.S. Among Countries Where Single Mothers Most Likely to Have Relatively Low Incomes.
Single women in lowest income group
%
Norway57
United States56
Gallup World Poll, 2014-2018
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5 Mar 2020

Which parent has the most influence on a child? ›

Mothers Remain the Dominant Influence

The most recent numbers show 28% of adult children saying their father was the more influential parent, compared to 22% in 1951. Even so, both in 1951 and presently, Americans continue to be more likely to say that mothers were the dominant influence in their lives.

Who is more important to a child mother or father? ›

Both parents are equally important to a child's development and in an ideal world all children would have both parents in their lives was they grow,up. So no a mother isn't except at the birth more important than the father.

Which parent is the best? ›

Why experts agree authoritative parenting is the most effective style. Studies have found that authoritative parents are more likely to raise confident kids who achieve academic success, have better social skills and are more capable at problem-solving.

How can a single mom survive without a job? ›

Surviving Unemployment as a Single Mom
  • Have Hope. You have so much to offer and are more resilient than you realize. ...
  • Reach Out. ...
  • Research Resources. ...
  • Ask Someone to Be Your Job Coach. ...
  • Seek Out a Mentor. ...
  • Make Your Job Search a Priority. ...
  • Take Care of Yourself. ...
  • Include Your Children.

What can a single mother do to make money? ›

These side hustles are ones single moms can do in their spare time. And they're ones that can pay off in a big way.
...
What Are the Most Profitable Side Hustles for Single Moms?
  1. Freelance writing. ...
  2. Blogging. ...
  3. Virtual assistant. ...
  4. Proofreading. ...
  5. Online transcription jobs – get paid to type. ...
  6. Graphic design. ...
  7. Tutoring.
20 Aug 2022

How does being a single parent affect your mental health? ›

Research has found that single parents tend to be at a higher risk for experiencing financial hardships, which can have a negative impact on psychological well-being. It increases the risk for isolation, anxiety, and depression.

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