It will use a qualitative framework with grounded theory methods.
Two well-researched stressors exist that affect the lives of single mothers of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder: parenting a child with special needs and being a single mother....
However, single parents, especially single mothers encounter serious challenges related to parenting.
Single parenting is a succession of constant mental torture because of ineptness, self-scrutiny, and remorse.
Kids may at times resent having to grow up a little faster, which means it's especially important for their single parents to make sure their children still enjoy some of the typical parts of childhood, whether it's youth sports, summer camp, or the other fun parts of school and friends.
In a Psychology Today blog from January 2009, author and social psychologist Bella De Paulo, Ph.
Ministers responded to the news of unchecked population growth – set to bring numbers in the country to 70million inside two decades – with fresh promises to cut immigration back to the levels of the 1990s.Maintain a daily routine: Try to schedule meals, chores, bedtimes, and other family functions at regular hours so that your child knows exactly what to expect each day.A consistent routine will help your child feel more secure and help you feel more organized.It's likely that children may feel happy or relieved when their parents split up, for example, and the house is no longer dominated by fighting, but there are also bound to be feelings of longing for a "normal" two-parent family life, notes the website Kids Health.But recognizing these conflicting feelings and talking about them can help a great deal.
[tags: Perception: Social Support, Challenges] - Social Welfare and Single Mothers Karen Bridget Murray’s article, “Governing ‘Unwed Mothers’ in Toronto at the Turn of the Twentieth Century”, is a valuable reference into the struggles and triumphs of social welfare for unwed mothers.