Sex and the single mother
Even in contemporary society, single parent families are often stigmatized and thoughtlessly, suspects are not so functional as two parent families. Most single moms can verify how such a stigma seems to linger over our heads like some dark, ominous clouds. For example, suppose to grow because we have children, we are desperate for a husband, a school would have us believe that operating with disabilities and very few churches ministries created exclusively for us.
I could go on.
For some, our family is regarded as abnormal, incomplete or fragmented. Our homes are called "broken" and indirectly related to the production of defective or maladjusted children. The sad truth is that most people who raise these criticisms limited access to successful single-parent families and narrow definitions of "so-called" research written by people who know a little about us or the "human" part of our family. Let me be among the first to tell you that, contrary to popular belief, most moms succeed wonderfully at the same increase in a healthy, happy and adjusted for children. In many categories, our family kind of overshadow our colleagues from the parents.
In any case I idealize a single parent family as the ideal situation. Two-parent families do create a continuum, which are important for the healthy development of youth.
But the story does not end there.
Our family, however, have some specific, undeniable power effectively allow us to grow up healthy, well-developed children. Our single-parent families have the opportunity to create more complex conditions than some of our two-parent families. For example, parents of troubled two-parent families often overwhelmed with maintaining a healthy marriage, and it is easy to overlook emotional development and needs of their children. In addition, two parents with emotional stress model accidentally unhealthy, unwanted patterns of family life in the eyes of their children. Growing up in such an atmosphere can influence harmful patterns and cycles of broken relationships throughout generations!.
On the other hand, single-parent families do not become victims of such mistakes. Ideally, we can engineer stability and emotional wellness within ourselves, not added or anxiety associated with caring for her husband. In short, we all have to worry about yourself! In our homes, our children are not arguing or witness the power struggle between the two figures of power.
As a result, many homes in one parent is better equipped to provide a relaxed and fun home environment for children to grow, thrive and prosper. It was noted that children of single parents often healthy competence and acquire valuable life skills that will prepare them to become productive, independent adults. Also, if you're working in our family is likely to be closer and more cooperative with each other.
Of course, our family had its share structure problem, but none of them seriously. Yes, ideally a child should have two healthy, well-balanced parents, but it does not always work that way. So should we emphasize the positive and continue to excel as mothers, flourish as women, and produce healthy young people, in spite of one and, despite the prejudices against our family types. So, keep your head up high and embrace who you are and where you are on time, "one parent" time in your life.