Actress Diane Keaton recently revealed, in an interview with AARP, she wished she hadn't been a single mother saying, "As a parent I provide all I can, but I think in the best possible scenario you need to have a man."

When it comes to parenting, do you need to have a man? Do kids in single parent households "miss out?"

Our contributor Psychologist Dr. Lawrence Balter and Melysa Schmitt, mother of one, creator of the blog "Sex, Lies and Bacon" (sexliesandbacon.com) and contributor to singleedition.com were here to weigh in.

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MORE INFO:

AARP: Diane Keaton: 'Here I Am': www.aarp.org

DAILY MAIL: I regret being a single mother: Diane Keaton admits 'best possible scenario' would be if she was attached: www.dailymail.co.uk