Coming from a broken home leaves children worse off than those from a two-parents household, a new study reiterates long tested findings.
They earn less, have fewer friends, are less likely to experience a rewarding romance and prone to separation and divorce!
The study, co-authored by a University of Warwick (the United Kingdom) scholar with German Institute for Economic Research, polled 24,000 British adults from the same background.
In the study, 641 people lived with single mothers, 21,943 grew up with both parents and 1,539 had parents who separated or divorced.
Children from broken homes are less happy decades later.