US marriage and divorce statistics for 2016, plus women’s and men’s divorce rates and marital status from 2000 to 2017.
Divorce Statistics and Studies
Researchers have found that women initiate divorce twice as often as men, with wives reporting high levels of tension while their husbands’ levels are low.
A recent study claims that married people are more likely to survive a heart attack than single or divorced individuals.
According to a recent study in Sweden, heart attack victims who get divorced are significantly more likely to experience a second heart attack.
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.
‘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.
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.
A recent British survey revealed that children would rather have their parents separate or divorce than stay in an unhappy marriage.
Animal shelters in Alberta are providing a safe haven for animals who come from violent homes – allowing domestic abuse victims to leave their homes with less worry.
Researchers have found that the stress of divorce could speed up the aging process and even make divorcees more prone to developing serious illnesses.