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When it comes to education, children with broken homes may experience a lack of academic progress. This may stem from a number of factors, including instability in the home environment, inadequate financial resources and inconsistent routines (Green).
Children from broken homes experience a hard time finishing school and finding a job, says Stephen Lunn of News Corp Australian. Studies show that these children have higher tendencies of entering into multiple livein relationships upon reaching adulthood.
Children from broken homes have more psychological problems then children from homes disrupted by the death of their father. (A book by Emery 1988) 8. Health problems. Children of divorce are found to have more injuries, speach defects, asthma and headaches.
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Jan 23, 2003 There were 921, 257 living with both parents. The children were aged between 6 and 18 at the start of the study, with half already in their teens. The scientists found that children with single parents were twice as likely as the others to develop a psychiatric illness
Children living with both biological parents are 20 to 35 percent more physically healthy than children from broken homes. (Dawson, Family Structure and Childrens Health and Wellbeing Journal of Marriage and the Family)
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