Spoiled Children of Divorce


Statistics for Children Growing Up in Single Parent Homes
March 26, 2016, 4:35 pm
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Kids from single parent homes are more likely to live in poverty, of course. Here are more statistics about them in a government article. http://lib.post.ca.gov/Publications/Building%20a%20Career%20Pipeline%20Documents/Safe_Harbor.pdf

Link to study.

63 percent of youth suicides are from single parent families. 75 percent of youths in hospitals for chemical dependency are from single parent families. Don’t know how the parents manage to pay for that. 85 percent of youths in prisons are from single parent families. Looking for love in all the wrong places.

there should now be a study about the people in all the institutions who are treating these kids. Are these people from  single parent families? Are these people single parents themselves and more likely to project a defensive modality onto the treatment. Is growing up in a single parent family ever discussed in the treatment? Are these alarming statistics ever told to the kids? I’ll tell you right now, that “no”, they’re not. Treatment is all about keeping this information hidden.

In the ACE study it was found that older people with high Ace scores went to a doctor who asked about childhood traumas had significantly higher treatment rates (something in the 30 percent).


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