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single

(sing′gl) [L. singulus, individual, single]
1. Indivisible.
2. Unique.
3. Unmarried.
4. Lone; alone.
5. One only.
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CEO Rosie Ferguson, said: "Families come in all shapes and sizes, and single parent families make up one in four families with children in the UK.
However, if children of single parents still find it hard to cope, Dr Rasmi recommends reaching out for support from a professional or find people who have been through the same situation.
I may not have a mate or husband, but I'm definitely not a single parent.
For a single parent, it is hard enough to squeeze work and parenting into a single day, let alone job-hunting, finding another job close enough to their child's school to make it viable, and trying to make sure that any change does not impact the life and well-being of their children.
If you are a single parent, you will find lots of advice and guidance on benefits and other financial issues at gingerbread.
Our key measure is the amount of time between the ages of 14 and 16 that the child lived with a single parent.
A THIRD of single parents turned down by the Child Support Agency for help in gaining child maintenance could now be eligible for financial support from ex-partners.
i] s a binary independent variable that takes the value 1 if single parent i received any amount of TANF cash benefits and 0 otherwise;
The program provides single parents a step out of poverty or an abusive relationship and positive modeling for children, who get to see their parents doing homework beside them, said program director Carol Moran-Brown.
We decided to help them out by finding the best play date destinations for single parents.
Programs like the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund, the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery and Arkansas Career Pathways clear the obstacles for all eligible single parents--widowed, divorced and unwed--so not only can they afford the tuition, books and fees required of all students, but also transportation, daycare, utilities and the other necessities of daily life.
The purpose of the present research was to find out the level of Depression among adolescents, living in single parent family.

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