Why Is There Such a Divide in Opinion Over Single Mothers?

Question by georgebonbon: Why is there such a divide in opinion over single mothers?
With one opinion that they are noble in bringing up their children without assistance.
On the other hand the opposite opinion of seeing them as the cause of bringing up the majority of violent, criminal, drug abusing, promiscious teenagers.

Is there a middle ground? Or is there just a wide range of outcomes from single motherhood

Best answer:

Answer by Princess!!
It’s got nothing to do with being single, it’s about the person, their views and how god they are at being a parent. Happy families and bad families come in al different shapes and sizes.

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