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Recovering from Broken Relationships

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Statistical Research has shown that both divorce and unmarried childbearing decrease the economic well being of both children and mothers. Only 9% of children under six in two-parent households are poor, while 47% of those living in single-mother households live in poverty.42 More specifically, 45% of children raised by divorced mothers and 69% raised by never-married mothers live in or near poverty. One analysis found that nearly 80% of child poverty occurs in broken or never-formed families, and it concludes that more marriages could reduce poverty by as much as 25%. This program will address the reality of broken relationships and the problem of remaining in a cycle of broken relationships.