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She continued, "I still loved the man, but the trust wasn't there anymore. I was broken, I was embarrassed. I had just had
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Genetics, income levels, education -- these are only a handful of factors that studies say could influence a couple's risk
In 2011, the Pew Research Center found that 51 percent of Americans were married, compared to 72 percent in 1960. However
Click through the slideshow below for more interesting findings about marriage. Private research company Demographic Intelligence
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If you've recently reentered the dating scene after a little hiatus that we call 'marriage,' here's the battle-gear to help you prepare to date 2012-style.
The research suggests that disadvantaged men and women with college degrees are reluctant to "marry down" -- defined as marrying
Why aren't people getting married? There are a number of things going on that could play a role. One is that there are other