Pain and struggle of trying to raise a child alone is really difficult. There are various factors to consider such as the child’s happiness, security, income and emotional support.
a single mother has to play the role of father and fulfill other responsibilities too.
Sacrifice of mother’s time
There is only one income, one person and one parent to take care of the family. A single mother has to face various problems, like managing work, home and most important kids.
A range of problems spring up when it comes to a raising child alone. Single mother can also take help from relatives or friends; if it is not possible to take help from them, mother can also put her kid in child care facility. Child care facility is not cheap, so most of the money will be spent on child care center. Several single mothers are struggling for career development, security and happiness for their kid and try their best to afford the best quality of life for them.
Spending time with Children
As a single mother has a responsibility of earning bread for their family, she has to sacrifice quality time with her children. Since the mother has to spend all her time in running errands, working and maintaining a household, her children may start to rebel and feel rejection. When the children are young, they need attention because that is the only they strive on. If they don’t receive right attention, they may grow up to dreadful things, that the mother will feel sorry for or even don’t have any clue as why her child did such a thing.
Family support Major reason for single mothers to face everything alone is because they didn’t follow their parent’s suggestion about waiting till they are mature. Young mothers need the support of family. It is critical for single mothers to nurture a cultivated community of support for themselves as well as for children, whether among friends, or family
Children of single mothers feel the absence of a father because they grow up with single parent. A single Mother cannot play both roles for the child. She will not always be present for the full help that a child wants and to share the responsibility.