August divorce season is real: research shows that unhappy couples divorce more at the end of summer & winter holidays than at any other time of year.
Divorce Statistics and Studies
US Divorce Statistics and Divorce Rates (2000 – 2017)
US marriage and divorce statistics for 2017, plus women’s and men’s divorce rates and marital status from 2000 to 2017.
Divorce Increases Chances of a Second Heart Attack: Study
According to a recent study in Sweden, heart attack victims who get divorced are significantly more likely to experience a second heart attack.
What Is Your Likelihood of Getting a Divorce?
According to a 2014 survey in the U.S., the likelihood of you getting a divorce could depend on your employment status, education, and ethnicity.
Goodbye Holidays, Hello Divorce Monday
‘Tis the season for divorce. As most people head back to work after the holidays, others are heading to their nearest divorce lawyer’s office.
Tone of Voice Can Predict Marital Success
How you say it, not just what you say, can impact your marriage. Research reveals a partner’s tone of voice can predict if a relationship will last.
Don’t Stay for the Sake of the Children, Research Shows
A recent British survey revealed that children would rather have their parents separate or divorce than stay in an unhappy marriage.
Domestic Abuse Victims and Their Pets: Re-housing Animals in Alberta
Domestic abuse victims and their pets are in luck, as Alberta shelter SPCA offers a safe haven for pets who need to leave their violent environments.
Women More Likely to Initiate Divorce than Men: Study
A new study suggests that women are more likely to initiate divorce than men in heterosexual marriages, but both genders are equally likely to initiate a breakup in a non-marital relationship.
Update: Researchers Retract Study Linking Sick Wives to Divorce
A March 2015 study claiming sick wives are more likely to divorce was retracted when researchers discovered a major flaw in their data coding.
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