Second, a child with a single parent can compare their selves to the other children who have married parents. A child may feel envious about not having a father/mother to guide him/her. According to Paul R. Amato, “Children living with single parents are exposed to more stressful experiences and circumstances than being children living with continuously married parents.” This statement proves that single parents are having a hard time raising their children. Lastly, the children living with a single parent can have a hard time expressing their feelings. Children who don’t see or feel the act of love between his/her parent can have a hard time expressing their feelings with other person.
As stated in a NewTimes article, paternity leave is a holiday for fathers. A majority of fathers’ claim they are scared of handling newborns because they are delicate and fear dropping them. Furthermore, mothers are more in tune with baby language and fathers would not immediately jump out of their sleep late at night and attend to their crying child. The first few months are difficult and therefore, are the mother’s responsibility (Garuka). Actually, paternity leave is an opportunity for fathers to become familiar with their child and to assist with the mothers’ recovery.
Sometimes foster care ends in the unbiological parents adopting the foster child. During the time that a child lives with a foster family, foster parents offer love and safety to the child. But of course, biological parents do have many challenges. Often children in foster care have gone through a lot and do not immediately switch over to a better attitude once they reach a safer environment. Foster parents have to work with hard behaviors of the foster child, but also of the biological parents of that child, and one cannot pretend that fostering a child with an abusive or neglective history does not offer any
The parental neglect The mother is strongly influenced by her own father. She was raised the same way by her father. She believed that raising a child is just providing a place to sleep and provide food. One can clearly see the evidence based on Piaget’s theory of cognitive development (Bukato & Daehler, 1995), with the mother’s poor cognitive development, Carol did not acquire an opportunity to experience and understand the world. Carol did not have the opportunity to assimilate and accommodate equilibrium.
Teenagers, then again, are all the more negatively influenced by parental conflict before divorce than by living in single-parent families and really pick up in duty as a consequence of adjusted family schedules Growing up in a single parent home impacts children 's self-regard. They may create negative emotions about themselves. They begin to feel undesirable since they don 't have a father that is effectively present in their lives. Children may consider themselves lesser, or not on a par with the individuals who do. This causes curbed outrage and hatred towards their father.
The authors content shows their personal beliefs on poverty because they haven’t shown any evidence of statistics to me proving their article. In the first article the author states poverty is “harmful to the brain development of children who deteriorate in poverty. They accredit when someone develops in a poor family, they are affected in school by their performance. I personally do not believe this. Coming from a family of poverty, a peers ' performance in school education is determined by whether or not the student really believes in having a future.
Unhappy couples should not be forced to stay together for the sake of their children. Some families are better off not living under the same roof, some people only have children to save their marriage and it does not work. An unhappy household leaves emotional baggage on the children. For children coming from a broken home, life can be chaotic and unpredictable. Growing up listening to my parents talk about divorce constantly was never easy for my siblings and I, we wanted the picture perfect family where mom and dad were together forever.
They are grow up in a different way and experienced. Children who raised by single parent are emotionally stable, independent and having behaviour problem. Even though children in single parent family have behaviour problem, they are emotionally stable and independent. Behaviour problem is one of the way how they would like to release their depression and to express their feelings. They also tend to do negative things to find happiness because they misunderstood the way of gaining happiness based on their family experienced.
Young fathers are under-represented in research about the experiences of teenage parents. They have also been portrayed negatively in the media. This has resulted in young fathers not only becoming at risk of marginalization but also an 'invisible' and vulnerable group (Fatherhood Institute, 2009). Leite’s (2007) used boundary ambiguity theory as a guide to investigating transition time for young men to work on the experiences of young and unmarried fathers between the ages of 18 and 21 years during the prenatal period. As specified by Knoester&Eggebeen (2006), the transformative perspective and the role occupancy perspective are the two perspectives emerged from the literature that was focused on fatherhood in general.
Boys with absent fathers tend to have identity problems or they become overprotective of their mothers and sisters. They may also see their fathers less masculine and think they may have that type of attribute too. Girls with no mothers have trouble growing up, they tend to be rebellious and do things they tend to regret later in life. Children with no parents feel lost and unloved and feel that no one will ever love them. They get into very dangerous situations because they don’t have roles models to help them better their situations.