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I met a woman once who had been single mother in the late 50’s and early 60’s because she had left her alcoholic husband. Later in life she decided to become a Buddhist monk,but when she went to study at a monastery in Japan, the other monks did not take kindly to her and froze her out for a full year. No one spoke to her or engaged with her. She finally won their respect.
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Even though my commitment to my education takes some time away from my child, I know that ultimately it will be worth the sacrifice because she will see how important an education is by witnessing all I have given up to achieve mine, and what a strong career I will be able to build because of those same sacrifices.
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With the recent from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that 40 percent of births in the U.S. last year were to single mothers, I dug out a from a few years back by BabyTalk magazine, asking women who has “the better deal” — married mothers or single mothers?
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Not too long ago the question might not even have occurred. It’s been less than two decades since Dan Quayle pilloried a Murphy Brown, a fictional TV character, for having a baby “out of wedlock” (the fact that the term seems archaic is one measure of the change).