The last major issue identified as being a contributing factor in juvenile delinquency is quality of home life. Studies show that if the family is getting along and feeling loved less crimes are being committed. They compared the correlation between children who have been rejected by their parents and those in happy homes and the numbers were staggeringly in favor of those from a happy home (Bartollas, 2013). I believe that if the children see that their parents are happy, and they are feeling loved there is no reason to go out and commit crime. Although there is no guaranties with anything in life, the numbers show that a happy home truly reduces the amount of juvenile delinquency in America. Throughout this forum we discussed some of the most serious problems facing the American family today. They included broken or single family homes, birth order, family size, quality of home life and inadequate supervision. We discussed how each of these issues effect juvenile delinquency and how these situations be reduced. Hopefully you have a better understanding as to the why, now we just have to make the corrections to see a difference.