Regression

If we consider that each divorcing adult may have a set of parents, a sibling or two, a group of good friends, uncles, aunts, grandparents and co-workers, we quickly move from two million adults affected by divorce to thirty million feeling the power of divorce.
Simplifying your decision process in that way can makes sense, especially when the component parts might be difficult to
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Divorce is a loss -- a death of sorts. Under the stress of loss and uncertainty, most people regress and become more irritable, needy or impulsive.
Regression can only be stopped by positive change and moving forward. You create positive change by avoiding suppressing your own self.
It is only when we begin to explore the realm of statistics that "average" becomes both very interesting and very powerful.
Looking at the winners and losers of the first Super Bowls, it appears the both winners and losers make the playoffs in the following season at a similar rate.