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Who Needs Marriage? It Seems A Lot Of Us Do.
Bestselling author of relationship books/American University p...
While surrogacy and sperm donation can produce an instant family without a partner or pomp, joining with another, officially and ceremoniously, remains a popular achievement in the human growth cycle.
Divorce Confidential: Parental Child Abduction in Divorce
Caroline Y Choi
Foreign Registered Lawyer, (California, USA) at Oldham, Li & Nie
If your ex kidnaps your child and moves to another country, what results is a legal battle both expensive and complicated
When Did Marriage Become Disposable?
Dr. Nikki Martinez, Psy.D. LCPC
Tele-health counselor for www.DrNikkiMartinez.com, Adjunct Pro...
Consider what your lifetime together will look like. Contemplate what issues you need to work on. Be willing to do whatever you can to try and salvage this relationship with the person you fell in love with.
The Only Lifestyle America Has Yet To Embrace
The Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage was a good day for America. But it also made official something I've been saying for years: America embraces every lifestyle except one -- being unmarried.
The Supreme Court Has Just Destroyed Marriage
Dartmouth Professor of English Emeritus
Today, June 26, 2015, a day that will live in infamy, the Supreme Court has just destroyed the great battleship of marriage. Sent a kamizake pilot right through its bridge. Blown it to smithereens.
Millennials Finally Found a Solution: Divorcing Marriage
People-centric communications professional dedicated to igniti...
This past week The New York Times released a report that made those holding steadfast to monogamy jump with joy: American divorce rates are the lowest they've been since the 80's. But why? The answer is a simple one: Millenials aren't getting married.
These Are The States With The Most Divorced Residents
It's interesting to note that the actual divorce rate in the U.S. isn't as high as most people think. Though it's often quoted
Despite The Stereotype, Study Suggests Doctors Are Not More Likely To Divorce
So while physician burnout is real, the study suggests that jokes about doctors and divorce don't necessarily reflect reality
Why This Bride Didn't Want An Engagement Ring
Denise Oliveira joins HuffPost Live and talks about why she didn't want an engagement ring.
New Study Reveals Interesting Link Between Men's Height And Divorce
Why? The researchers hypothesize that because height is related to masculinity, short men may use other aspects of the relationship
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New Study Says Women Are More Likely Than Men To Be Unhappy In Their Marriages
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Finding Bliss When Remarrying With Children
Blended Family Blogger; Passionate about my marriage, my kids ...
Are we still blissfully happy like a couple of newlyweds? Sure, but it's not quite the same blissfully happy when you are in a blended family.
When People Drink More Whole Milk, More People In Texas Get Divorced
Spurious Correlations was created by Harvard Law School student Tyler Vigen. Statistics were pulled from the US Census and
New Research Says Living Together Before Marriage Doesn't Lead To Divorce
It's often said that that living together before marriage puts couples at greater risk for divorce later on -- but it turns
Hundreds Of Millions Spent Promoting Marriage Hasn't Helped At All: Study
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New Study Says Divorce Rates Will Increase As Economy Recovers
But Cohen says the drop off may have occurred because couples simply could not afford a costly divorce, not because they
'Red' States Have Higher Divorce Rates Than 'Blue' States, And Here's Why
Correction: An earlier version of this story referred to the University of Texas at Austin as the University of Austin. The
Attorney's Take on Divorce in the U.S.
Music, Business, Safety, and Legal Topic News Blogger.
These high divorce rates present a big concern; not only for the emotional anguish a divorce creates, especially if there are children involved, but the financial consequences can be devastating.
Sabrina Thompson's 'Marriage Is...' Project Counters Negative Relationship Images, Makes Us Cry (VIDEO)
8.8 years is the average length of an American marriage. It's a stat photographer Sabrina Thompson points out in her latest
Better Ideas for Handling Divorce
Television journalist, author, syndicated columnist
Are you or someone you know contemplating a divorce? Are there plans to hire a lawyer and take the matter to court? At the risk of raising the ire of matrimonial lawyers, I say, you might want to re-think that idea.
Woman Who Moved In With Partner Too Soon Warns 'It All Crashed And Burned'
Many couples move in together to "test" their relationship before getting engaged or married. But should they? We talk with a woman who warns against the practice due to personal experience.
How Can Couples Avoid the Pitfalls That Threaten a Second Marriage?
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, College Instructor, Author
In the beginning, the newly remarried couple faces stiff obstacles to achieving stability as compared to remaining a single parent. However, aiming to weather the storms of remarried life can offer the couple and their children both financial and emotional security.
Divorce Rate, Education Conversely Related; Protection Varies By Race, Study Shows
In short: Married couples who have attained higher levels of education are less likely to divorce than less-educated couples
UK Divorce Survey Finds That Majority Of Divorcees Think Process Is 'Too Easy'
Despite the cost, stress and pain of divorce, 57 percent of British people believe that the process is "too easy," a new
Famous Siblings Who Have Been Divorced
Does divorce run in the family? According to 2010 research, people with a divorced sibling are 22 percent more likely to
Divorce Rates: Couples Who Share Housework Run Higher Risk Of Divorce
Click through the slides below for other divorce findings, then tell us which you find the most surprising in the comments
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