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Children in single-mother-by-choice families do just as well as those in two-parent families

02:18 EDT 5 Jul 2017 | Medical Xpress

A study comparing the well-being of children growing up in single-mother-by-choice and heterosexual two-parent families has found no differences in terms of parent-child relationship or child development. However, the study did find that the single-mothers-by-choice did have a greater social support network.

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