Calls made to strengthen state energy policies. Journal of Family Issues, pp. 1A, 2A. “It is my opinion (and I say this as a specialist in child advocacy with 20+ years’ experience) that, generally, kids raised with both a mother and a father, living together under one roof, tend to fare better as adults. Mothers and fathers naturally bring different abilities and gifts to the table when it comes to child rearing, and to have both parents in the picture allows for greater stability. Children raised by one parent tend to feel pressure to be both the child and to take on a sort of pseudo-spouse/pseudo-parent; that is to say, the children raised by single parents often have to take on much greater responsibilities at home, at an early age, when compared to their peers who are being raised by both parents.

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