Data revealed that single-mother who found that money management was important to be taught to children did not experience financial difficulty, but was economically better off after the divorce. This threshold is determined by the Census Bureau, by number of people living in a household.
The interview summary and respondent demographic information were used as a reference for analyzing the data.
Part of the reason is the financial supports they gained from kin. Western society dictates that the mother is the primary source of nurturing and thus rearing children when the family unit is disrupted.
As a result, post-divorce could be overwhelming and challenging to many single-mothers and children. To prevent her daughter from suffering emotional distress of having to witness intermittent conflict between her and her husband, she decided to divorce before her husband ever have a chance to bring his new girlfriend to stay in the house.
I had an optimistic view that a single-parent family did not have negative effects on most aspects of child well-being.
Rosie Ferguson, Chief Executive at Gingerbread, said: "We have been supporting single parent families for a hundred years and we know first-hand how strong and diverse single parents and their families are. This is roughly