In homes without mothers:
Children that come from motherless homes have difficulties developing bonds with other adults besides the father.
There is an increased level of fear and anxiety that is present with children from motherless homes because they are scared that other adults will also leave.
There is a two-fold grieving process for children in motherless homes because the lost relationship is missed and then any hope of a reunion with the mother is then abandoned as well.
Children who come from motherless homes have a higher risk of isolation because they are uncomfortable around other children who speak about their mothers.
There is an increased risk of future abuse and abandonment occurring at the hands of children who come from motherless homes.
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