Life is very unfortunate, and nobody can predict when it will be difficult for them. Such a life is a life of single parents, particularly single mothers.
Single moms have particular needs and obligations. Without a partner’s assistance, they are generally in charge of all the material, emotional, and practical elements of parenting their children.
n comparison to homes with two parents, they can have lower income, less work possibilities, and greater rates of poverty.
Single moms may experience stigma, stereotypes, and social stigma, which can lead to feelings of loneliness and a lack of support systems.
" In general, women who manage the duties and difficulties of raising children on their own are included in the definition of a single mother in the United States..
To secure the wellbeing and empowerment of single moms and their children, it is important to pay attention to social, economic, and policy elements in this complex and diverse reality.