As single parents, it is important that they set rules and boundaries.
Many times, single parents allow their children to have too much power.
Their isolation in some States has led to poor development of their children as they are left to offer parental duties to the children.
This paper will try to argue out whether societal judgment of single parents based on its cause is justifiable.
“Since 1970, the number of children living in a single family has doubled.
In fact, statistics from 1992 indicate that single parent families represent 30% of U. households, while 25% represent two parent households.
A major concern of the single parent, regardless of ethnicity or reasons for single status, is financial.
For the African American population, the prevalence of unmarried, female, single and head of the household families without interaction from the father has led to stereotypes.
There have been monumental changes in the way Americans view and live their lives, resulting in both good and bad consequences.
This would include the changing face of the American family.