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A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan found that a spouse’s health can serve as a predictor of divorce likelihood. According to researchers, couples in which one of the partners is chronically ill are 50 percent more likely to get a divorce than the average couple. To unearth these findings, researchers...
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With the exception of Wyoming, Vermont and Georgia, every state in America saw an increase in the number of divorced residents living in their state since 2007. The analysis published on Bloomberg.com examined the change in the number of residents age 15 and older who were divorced in 2012 compared to similar data collected in...
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A new theory out of the University of Rochester suggests that couples can actually lower their likelihood of divorce by heading over to the nearest Redbox. Ronald Rogge, associate professor of clinical psychology and co-author of the study, wanted to learn how couples could improve their relationship through activity and communication. He decided to see...
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