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do I understand correctly that the statistic that single adults are a majority is based on the percentage of adults who are not currently legally married?If so, my experience is this group (NLMs for not legally married) has a very diverse set of life situations and aspirations.Yet single life can be tremendously meaningful and fulfilling.It is time for a more accurate, research-based portrayal of single people and single life—one that recognizes the real strengths and resilience of people who are single, and what makes their lives so meaningful.Related Articles: Children and Divorce How Parents Make it Difficult for Children to Love Their Other Parent Unity in Parenting © Copyright 2011 by Shendl Tuchman, Psy D, therapist in San Ramon, California. Any views and opinions expressed are not necessarily shared by Good Questions or concerns about the preceding article can be directed to the author or posted as a comment below.For example: A significant number of NLMS prefer to live alone.

Parents may choose to work with a mental health professional with an expertise in this area to help them understand their differences and to talk through the various options available to them to make the transition the least disruptive for their children.In retrospect, they regretted having made a decision that was honored, feeling guilty about the parent they did not choose and feeling the tug of loyalty between the two people who brought them into the world.Anecdotally, this appears to be true whether they had a good relationship with the unchosen parent or not.The child may only know that Mom or Dad is not taking them where they want to go but not that it is not affordable.Whatever the reason, by early to mid teens, a court is likely to take the child’s concerns into consideration in making an order while being very careful not to ask the child to make a decision and learning as much as possible about the context of that preference.It could be that Susie might want to live with Dad because he is more lenient in his rules…