Question: What is a typical family in Australia?

The average Australian household has been classically understood as a nuclear family with their extended family living separately. However, today the archetypal family (husband, wife and children) can no longer be the exact social expectation.

What percentage of marriages fail Australia?

Statistics reveal that up to 33% of all Australian marriages are expected to end in divorce [1], and countless more relationships fall by the way side.

How many babies can a woman have in a lifetime?

One study estimated a woman can have around 15 pregnancies in a lifetime. And depending on how many babies she births for each pregnancy, shed probably have around 15-30 children.

How many kids do Australians usually have?

It turns out Australian women are having, on average, just under two children each.

Is there a perfect family?

There are no ideal families, conflict is an inevitable part of family life, and large numbers of children know what it is like to grow up without seeing one of their parents, especially their fathers. So, remember, there are no perfect families and there are no perfect marriages or relationships.

What is an unfit parent Australia?

The legal definition of an unfit parent is when the parent through their conduct fails to provide proper guidance, care, or support. Also, if there is abuse, neglect, or substance abuse issues, that parent will be deemed unfit.

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