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Could the financial struggle of single parenting become a trouble of the past if single parents were offered better housing choices, particularly inside homes already owned by families?

Could the financial struggle of single parenting become a trouble of the past if single parents were offered better housing choices, particularly inside homes already owned by families?
  • Yes, the financial struggle of single parenting can become a thing of the past if single parents were offered better housing choices, particularly inside homes already owned by parents.

    Many single parents struggle financially because there is only one parent to provide for the family. Single parent families need more assistance which includes better housing choices. I believe many single parent families would move into homes that are already owned by parents. There are some single parents that do live in the homes of relatives and friends but the opportunity should be extended to those that have any relatives or family they can live with.

  • Single Parenting More Complicated

    The problem with single parenting is that the responsibility of being a parent is lost on the men who abandon their women. The financial struggle of single parents isn't alleviated by living in someone's home. There are plenty of empty houses and empty apartments that aren't already owned by families, so single parents can live in those until suitable buyers and renters can be found.

  • No, they need to support themselves

    Something as simple as offering better housing choices for single parents would not really help their financial struggles. What they need to do is work hard and also learn to control their finances. Even if you give someone a place to live, they will still probably blow every penny they make on useless things.

  • No, the issue of single parent problems cannot be solved by more government help.

    I do not think that the financial struggles of some single parents can become a thing of the past if single parents were offered better housing choices. I think that a lot of the problems faced by single parents are due to some issues they have from social and mental problems.

  • It will always be a struggl.e

    No, the financial struggle of single parenting could not become a trouble of the past if parents were offered better housing choices, particularly inside homes already owned by families, because people still need to learn financial habits. Single mothers cannot just demand to live in other people's houses. They have to be taught to manage money.


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