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(For what it's worth, the current study compared those who were ever married -- including people who were divorced, widowed
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Without financial security, couples are taking increasingly complex relationship paths in lieu of marriage. Of course, this
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There's something to be said for building a life on a single foundation, rather than figuring out how to merge two separate structures.
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Interestingly, spending $1,000 or less on the wedding was associated with a decrease in the chances of divorce, but spending
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So what's really happening? According to the numbers, same-sex marriage had no effect on declining marriage rates whatsoever
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“The benefits of partner personality stems not from doing their spouses’ work but rather creating conditions that allow the
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Sure, inviting everyone and their cousin to your Big Day might cost you a pretty penny, but it could pay off in the long
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Taking out the trash, washing the dishes, or doing laundry may not seem like make-it-or-break it moments for marriages -- but according to a new study, how household chores are divided greatly affects relationship satisfaction.
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"For husbands, sharing household tasks isn't as directly related to their satisfaction. Either they don't perceive that there
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Millions of Americans watch X-rated films -- heck, it's a multi-billion-dollar business -- but could dabbling in a little
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Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Divorce on Facebook and Twitter. Sign up for our newsletter here. Researchers from the
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"Men who were more depressed or aggressive, or whose fiancées were more depressed or less satisfied with the relationship
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Many consider infidelity to be a marital dealbreaker. That distinction became very important in determining which relationships
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The study was recently published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior. Researchers James K. McNulty and Laura Widman studied
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"We don't quite know what to expect yet when the current generation of young people grow old," Iveniuk said. "It may be that
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Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Weddings on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. In the 1950s, women married at a median age
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It's often said that that living together before marriage puts couples at greater risk for divorce later on -- but it turns
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Researchers hypothesized that one reason "assortative mating" is having such a profound effect on income inequality is because
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We all want a supportive spouse by our side to tackle life's challenges, but according to a new study, it's possible for
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But without a lot of overlapping Facebook friends. According to a report that looked at 1.3 million Facebook users, published