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Women Initiate Divorces More Than Men, But Not Breakups, Study Suggests
There's something about marriage that makes women want to leave.
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
Wives With More Education Than Their Husbands Aren't Doomed To Divorce After All
After noticing that all previous research had only looked at marriages formed before women advanced beyond men in the realm
Everything You Want to Know About Living Together Before Marriage (But Are Too Afraid To Ask)
Though opposite sentiments, both pieces of (often unsolicited) advice are strong opinions on the topic of whether you should
Could the Way We Think About Divorce Be All Wrong?
Former TV News Anchor Gone Digital...
The numbers prove that for the majority of people, second marriages are a second chance at real, true, lasting love. This should be encouraging news for anyone second-guessing their decision to remarry.
10 Reasons It's Totally Fine To Never Get Married
It's a situation so many young adults will experience at some point in their lives: All your friends and acquaintances seem
The 5 Best And Worst States For Getting A Divorce
Not exactly. As the charts below illustrate, for most Americans, the cost and time it takes to end your marriage depends
Conscious Uncoupling Starts With Unconscious Coupling (And I Don't Mean Drunken Hook-Ups)
Psychotherapist. Amazon #1 Bestselling Author. Wife. Mom. Step...
The seeds of conscious uncoupling are sown somewhere in unconscious coupling. And, by unconscious coupling, I'm not referring to alcohol-fueled one-nighters. What I do mean is that many of us choose mates who aren't right for us by ignoring our unconscious motivations for doing so.
The Myth of the "Deadbeat Dad" Label
Joseph E. Cordell
The scornful term of "deadbeat dads" has become increasingly popular in describing fathers who do not uphold their legal responsibility of supporting their children after divorce.
Marriage Problems That Lead To Divorce After Decades
While all couples are bound to face major life changes and traumatic events throughout the evolution of their relationship
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Divorce Rate By State: How Does Your State Stack Up?
Divorce Rates The information below is compiled from data provided by the American Bar Association, the Centers for Disease
Divorce Study Finds That A Fifth Of U.K. Parents Consider Divorce After Summer Break
“Our experience, based on the clients we see at our offices across the country, is that parents may give their marriages
Divorce Study Shows That Couples With Longer Commutes Are More Likely To Divorce
However, not all commuter relationships were doomed; Sandow found that people who had a lengthy commute for more than five
Divorce Study Shows That People With More Siblings Are Less Likely To Divorce
The authors found that for each additional sibling a person has (up to seven), the likelihood of divorce is reduced by two
Divorced Women In America On The Rise, According To New Research
And women aren't the only demographic divorcing more often; according to data published by the American Academy of Matrimonial
Gay Marriage: States That Allow Same-Sex Unions Have Lower Divorce Rates
Since the Defense of Marriage Act was found unconstitutional on Wednesday, talk of same-sex marriage -- and divorce -- has
Gray Divorce Is On The Rise, According To New Data
In a press release, Alton Abramowitz, president of the AAML, explained the significance of their findings. The AAML polled
Divorce Rates Declining In The U.S. (Interactive Map)
President, Total Attorneys
Every state in the U.S. that tracks divorce rates saw a drop in the number of people getting divorced over the last 20 years.
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
Forbes' Billionaires' Marriages And Divorces
It seems that money -- even loads of it -- can't buy love. Although billionaires seem to love tying the knot (82-year-old
Divorce Finances: Survey Suggests Wealthy Women Are Better Off Financially After Divorce
In a new survey by financial consulting firm Spectrem Group, 62 percent of high-income divorced women (with a net worth of
How Nora Ephron's 'Heartburn' Changed The Conversation About Divorce
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth: Don't Rush Into Marriage
President, Editor-in-Chief of HollywoodLife.com
Miley and Liam, we're all really happy for you on your engagement, but since you're both so young, why don't you have a
engagement? It will make your love last!
'Married To Jonas': Will Kevin Jonas And Danielle Jonas' Reality Show Doom Their Marriage?
Should we be worried for Kevin Jonas' marriage? On Monday, Entertainment Weekly reported that the oldest Jonas brother and
Cohabitation-Divorce Link? I Don't Think So
journalist, author and event planner
Some may scoff at cohabitation by calling it "playing house," demoting it from the important role it serves relationships like mine. For my boyfriend and I, there's an altar in the distance, but we're not rushing toward it.
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