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With the share of married adults at an all-time low in the United States, new research by demographers at Cornell University and the University of Central Oklahoma unveils clues why couples don't get married – they fear divorce.
Changes in relationship formation and dissolution in the past 50 years have revealed new patterns in romantic relations among young adults.
Research sheds new light on whether children who experience parental conflict and or divorce are more likely to experience a cohabiting break up or divorce as adults compared to children from low conflict and/or intact families. Montclair, NJ (PRWEB) April 20, 2011 It isnâ€™t just being a child of divorce that can determine the success of a marriage, it turns out itâ€™s the tenor of the parentsâ€™ marriage preceding the divorce that has the greatest impact on the future unions...
Whether you are married or cohabiting with your partner, the vast majority of couples in the UK are happy in their relationship.
Irregular work schedules appear harmful to the well-being of cohabiting parents, a growing segment of the U.S. population, a study by Michigan State University researchers finds.
University of Denver (DU) researchers find that couples who live together before they are engaged have a higher chance of getting divorced than those who wait until they are married to live together, or at least wait until they are engaged.
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Nearly a quarter of married and cohabiting women who took part in a survey said that they had been sexually, psychologically or physically abused by their partner, according to research published in the July issue of the Journal of Advanced Nursing.
The best chance of "reeling-in" an unmarried father and building the foundations for a stable family life are the critical months of pregnancy, says new research from the University of Maryland.
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