According to a recent survey, contrary to expectations, 78% of 2,000 women in their mid-20s plan on getting married – even though their parents’ relationship didn’t last.
Contrary to previous research, which held that couples living together prior to getting engaged/married significantly increased their chances of splitting up down the road, a new study by the National Center for Health Statistics says it really doesn’t matter all that much.
Recent evidence shows that social networks can tear marriages apart: one in five divorce petitions now mention Facebook.
A new report from Statistics South Africa indicates some of the country's recent trends in marriage and divorce.
The poll asked readers the straightforward question: "Do you think that divorce is morally acceptable?" About 63.8% of respondents answered "Yes."
A new survey from Gallup has revealed that seven out of ten people in the United States now consider divorce to be "morally acceptable".
Surprisingly results have been revealed by Statistics Canada. It seems that men are being more affected by the depression divorce/separation carries, compared to women.
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