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The race to the altar has become more of a marathon than a sprint. And though younger generations might be slower to get
Young adults with only a high school diploma aren't earning as much as their parents and grandparents. Closing the marriage
There's something to be said for building a life on a single foundation, rather than figuring out how to merge two separate structures.
For example, women whose rings cost over $2,000 were three times more likely to complain about stress related to wedding
What do you think is causing the decline in marriage rates? Tell us in the comments section below! According to the numbers
“The benefits of partner personality stems not from doing their spouses’ work but rather creating conditions that allow the
As part of The National Marriage Project, researchers from the University of Denver looked at relationship data collected
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.
"These results were interesting because usually marital satisfaction is studied in only one spouse. Here we were able to
They then extrapolated that, because extramarital affairs are one of the most-cited causes of divorce in the U.S. and porn
It's long been said that marriage is good for your health, but as anyone who has gone through divorce knows, a bad marriage
"Men who were more depressed or aggressive, or whose fiancées were more depressed or less satisfied with the relationship
Indeed, couples who experienced infidelity but remained married had similar levels of marital stability and relationship
The researchers found that spouses who tended to exploit their partners sexually and felt entitled to sex were more likely
This finding may hold true now, but it could change in future generations, James Iveniuk, co-author of the study, told The
Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Weddings on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. A new report says that Millennials are tying
It's often said that that living together before marriage puts couples at greater risk for divorce later on -- but it turns
University of Pennsylvania professor Jeremy Greenwood and a team of economists analyzed marriage patterns from 1960 to 2005
“To the extent that men (and women) are tuned into what their partners are going through, they are going to be better support
Laughing at the same jokes. Laughter is good for everyone, but researchers have argued that it's particularly beneficial