According to a recent study, having multiple sex partners before saying “I do” does not necessarily lead to a higher chance of divorce – unless the number of previous partners is in the double-digits, that is.
Regardless of your family situation, when you're in the middle of finalizing divorce procedures, you may feel the urge to start seeing someone else in order to move on with your life. Despite the fact that this is a completely understandable and normal way of moving on from a difficult relationship, problems may arise if things have yet to be completed.
Divorce is an unfortunate reality for many marriages. Whether you're happily married or starting to consider separation, there are steps you can take to safeguard your marriage against divorce.
It's not always possible to know where the relationship went wrong. Many divorces are caused by infidelity, so how do we stop ourselves from getting to that point? Here are 5 tips for having a long-lasting, thriving relationship.
After Gwyneth Paltrow announced her split from Chris Martin, the actress called the separation "conscious uncoupling." This introduced couples to a more amicable way of divorcing. But are family lawyers ready for this concept?
A New Hampshire couple learned that there’s no turning back once a divorce is finalized – even after reconciliation.
Just because your marriage failed, it doesn’t mean you're sentenced to a life of being single. Here's why you should make sure you're really ready before diving back into the dating pool.
Whether you’re considering breaking up with a friend, romantic partner, or colleague, the benefits of ending a bad relationship greatly outweigh the challenge of doing so.
Being in a toxic relationship can negatively impact your psyche, self-confidence, and personal life, which is why it’s important to recognize if any of your relationships - romantic or otherwise - are toxic.
Ashley Madison, the online dating site that pairs married men and women together for the purpose of having an affair, has been hacked.
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