Latest Divorce Stories

2013-02-15 23:02:16

Research suggests that millions of Americans are in danger of losing the “spark” in their relationships, and most people believe there's nothing they can do to keep the flame alive. In an exclusive interview with Rosen Law Firm´s Anna Riley, psychologist David Aspenson says there is–and his suggestions may surprise you. Charlotte, North Carolina (PRWEB) February 15, 2013 Accepting what´s called “self-validating intimacy” is key to ensuring the fire in...

2013-02-14 23:01:49

New laws mandate new types of records for the court information website. Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 14, 2013 CourtRecords.us.org has begun to upload same-sex marriage and divorce records into their public records database and more and more states legalize gay marriage, company officials said yesterday. “We've had to change our system around a bit to accommodate gay marriage and eventually gay divorce records,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “We held back for a...

2013-02-14 10:27:02

Medical professionals should consider how marital quality affects patients´ health Research shows that married people have better mental and physical health than their unmarried peers and are less likely to develop chronic conditions than their widowed or divorced counterparts. A University of Missouri expert says that people who have happy marriages are more likely to rate their health as better as they age; aging adults whose physical health is declining could especially benefit...

2013-02-06 10:03:09

-High levels of drinking have repeatedly been shown to predict divorce. -A Norwegian study has examined the impact of both level of drinking and compatibility of drinking on divorce. -Results indicate that: one, the more people drink, the higher the risk of divorce; and two, risk of divorce is lowered if the spouses drink approximately the same amount of alcohol. High levels of drinking have repeatedly been shown to predict divorce. The most cited explanation for this is that excessive...

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