Different Family Structures by Mildred Stallworth
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Traditionally, a family structure was considered to be a married couple with a family support system that provides care and longevity for biological children. In all reality, it matters not if children are born in relationships through marriage or not, positive communication results in a loving, caring, and supportive relationship for children. These qualities can be shown in a single parent household also. There are several different types of family structures, each is built on relationships, based on strengths and weaknesses. They all have issues, and upon conditions, provisions are made.
Genre: NonFiction, Family & Relationships