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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Marriage And Divorce Chart: A 144-Year History

Marriage And Divorce Chart: A 144-Year History

You hear a lot of different things about marriage and divorce statistics. Half of all marriages end in divorce. Marriage rates are declining. Etc., etc., etc. But Randy Olson, a self-described “data tinkerer,” has laid it all out for us from just before 1870 to the present day using statistics…

June 29th, 2015 Divorce Information
Why Another Relationship Isn't How to End Your Marriage

Why Another Relationship Isn’t How to End Your Marriage

Infidelity is one of the oldest problems that marriages face. Each year a staggering number of husbands and wives are unfaithful to one another, and many jump straight from their marriage into a new relationship with their affair partner. Big mistake. Infidelity is never a good “way out” of marriage…

June 26th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice
5 Words Guaranteed to Cause Divorce 

5 Words Guaranteed to Cause Divorce 

If you read the headline, this may seem like it’s going to be another trendy list-based piece, but allow me to bury that notion right off. The five words we’re talking about are not damaging because they are individual units, but because of the way they can be used together.…

June 24th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice
Do Not Take Your Marriage for Granted

How to Not Take Your Marriage for Granted

Taking your marriage for granted is inevitable at some point in the life span of a relationship. The results can range from marriage-ending distance to an unwillingness to change your status quo for the better. In other words, you either stay together for years in an unhappy marriage, or you…

June 22nd, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice
Divorce and Debt: Avoiding Post-Divorce Financial Problems

4 Smart Financial Moves You Can Make Post-Divorce

Divorce can cause a lot of turmoil for you financially the longer it goes on and the more combative that it gets. While financial differences are the leading causes of divorce, they’re also responsible for most of the stress that you’ll feel as you try to put your life back…

June 19th, 2015 Life After Divorce
Taking Divorce Out on Your Kids

4 Ways You May Be Taking Divorce Out on Your Kids

No parent sets out to take divorce out on their children, but that is often what happens amid particularly bitter divorces. It’s something that Rosalind Sedacca sees all too often as evidenced in her post for Moving Past Divorce. “The results can be devastating — not only for the ‘target’ parent, but…

June 17th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting
Divorce Not Bad for Your Health

Divorce Bad for Your Health? Not According to New Research

Divorce has long been thought of as having detrimental effects on the health of people who experience it, but a new study emanating from the London School of Economics and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine found that divorcees are able to recover their health just fine. In fact, when…

June 15th, 2015 Life After Divorce
The No. 1 Reason a Lack of Intimacy Leads to Divorce

The No. 1 Reason A Lack Of Intimacy Leads to Divorce, and What to Do About It

Dr. Jennifer Landa recently posed the question of whether a marriage without sex can still be healthy in a piece for Prevention. Because couples basically accept that sexual activity decreases after marriage, there are cases where husbands and wives swear off sex altogether and manage to stay married. Even so,…

June 12th, 2015 Grounds for Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice
Parenting Pressures That Can Lead to Divorce

2 Parenting Pressures That Can Lead to Divorce

It’s often uncomfortable to link children to the cause of your divorce. After all, they didn’t ask to be brought in to the world, and they’re often what you make of them. Therefore, it comes across as unfair and disingenuous to put the responsibility on them. However, there are some…

June 10th, 2015 Divorce and Children, Grounds for Divorce
Explain Divorce to Your Children

How to Explain Divorce to Your Children

Explaining divorce to your children can be an incredibly difficult thing, especially considering that in doing so, you’re likely breaking a lot of new personal ground. A slight majority of divorces involve people, who have at least one child, and it’s usually their first divorce, so on top of trying…

June 8th, 2015 Divorce and Children

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