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Benefits of Family for Children and Adults - FamilyFacts.org

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The intact family appears to offer a myriad of benefits for adults and children. ... When compared with their peers from families with two biological parents, ...

What Are the Benefits of a Two-Parent Household? - Livestrong.com

www.livestrong.com/article/560652-what-are-the-benefits-of-a-two-parent-household/

Jan 29, 2013 ... Even with the rise in single-parent families, most children still live in two-parent households. Depending on the state, anywhere from 53 to 79 ...

CDC study: Traditional, two-parent biological family the safest ...

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May 8, 2014 ... While 70 percent of children living with both biological parents had never experienced a childhood trauma, 78 percent of those living with just ...

Children Benefit from Two-Parent Families Parents Families.com

www.families.com/blog/children-benefit-from-two-parent-families

The evidence says yes. Findings overwhelmingly support that the best environment to raise children is in a two-parent family, where the parents are married.

Are Both Parents Always Better Than One? - Cornell University

www.human.cornell.edu/pam/outreach/upload/parentalconflict.pdf

with their married, biological parents, children in single-parent and stepparent ... ried, two-parent families as the baseline against which other family types are ...

Children with married parents are better off — but marriage isn't the ...

www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/09/08/children-with-married-parents-are-better-off-but-marriage-isnt-the-reason-why/

Sep 8, 2014 ... We know that children raised by two parents tend to be more ... over a child's life — that its absence creates unstable homes and chaotic families, ... But the answers (as best as we can identify them) are crucial for public policy.

2 Parents Not Always Best for Children, Study Finds - NYTimes.com

www.nytimes.com/2002/02/21/national/21WELF.html

Feb 21, 2002 ... "There is a place for some promotion of two-parent families in welfare reform," he added, "but I think we ought to hold the line and not allow it to ...

ARE BOTH PARENTS ALWAYS BETTER THAN ONE? PARENTAL ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2930824/

Sep 1, 2010 ... Children typically fare best when parents maintain a strong parent-child bond, ... As in the case of stepparent families, two parents remain in the ...

Child wellbeing in two-parent families - Bendheim-Thoman Center ...

crcw.princeton.edu/workingpapers/WP11-13-FF.pdf

in a two-parent family, with children living with their married biological parents ... and cohabiting-parent families exhibit poorer developmental outcomes, on ...

Are Married Parents Really Better for Children? - CLASP

www.clasp.org/resources-and-publications/states/0086.pdf

average, children do best when raised by their two .... child, the risk of dropping out of school was 25 percent in a two-parent family and 49 percent in a single- or  ...

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Why Children Need Married Parents

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As of 2004, 68% of children lived with two married parents. ... Children raised in intact married families are more likely to attend college, are physically ... "present only in marriage" provides the best conditions for raising children ("Between Man  ...

Family Structure | Child Trends

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Among children in two-parent families, those living with both biological parents in a low-conflict marriage tend to do better on a host of outcomes than those ...

Why Married Parents Are Important for Children « For Your Marriage

www.foryourmarriage.org

In 2004, 68% of children still lived with two married parents, 23% lived with only ... with neither of their parents (Family Structure and Children's Living Arrangements, ... with caution before deciding that divorce is the best solution for the child.