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Historical estimates indicate that in French, English, or Spanish villages in the 17th and 18th centuries at least one-third of children lost one of their parents during childhood; in 19th-century Milan, about half of all children lost at least one parent by age 20; in 19th-century China, almost one-third of boys had lost one parent or both by the age of 15.It was highest in Belgium (17%), Iceland (19%), Slovenia (20%), France (22%), Norway (23%) and Sweden (36%), while it was lowest in Lithuania (4%), Ireland (5%), Poland (5%), Estonia (7%), Austria (7%) and the United Kingdom (8%). In 2005/06, the proportion of 11-15 year old children living in a shared parenting arrangement versus with only one of their parents varied between 1% and 17%, being the highest in Sweden.It was 5% in Ireland and the United States, and 7% in Canada and the United Kingdom.Unfortunately, not everyone is mature enough to handle raising a child, so you must find a significant other that is.The 3 dating sites we think highly of (Match.com, Xpress.com, and e Harmony.com) cater exceptionally well to the single parent dating crowd.

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