1. Our Love Affair With Predicting Divorce, The New York Times
By analyzing how the couples talked, the study authors. . . were able to create a model
that predicted with close to 94 percent accuracy which of them would be
divorced within three years.
2. How Men and Women Think Differently About Divorce, Family Studies
To put that more simply: Thinking about leaving one’s marriage was
associated more with an absence of positive connection for women and the
presence of negative interaction for men.
3. Love & Lust, Psychology Today
In the prime years, ages 25 to 59, married individuals were five times
more likely to have sex two to three times a week (25 percent) than
singles (5 percent).
4. More Kids Born Outside Marriage, But Fewer Teen Birth, The Wall Street Journal
In 1976, 30.8% of women between the ages of 25 and 29 were childless. In 2012, the number was 49.4%.
5. The National Marriage Age Is Increasing, But Not For This Group Of People, Deseret News
Women who don't put off marriage are beginning to say that marriage is a just as important as career accomplishment.
6. Why The Decline In Marriage Among First-Time Mothers Matters For Their Children, The Washington Post
"[T]hese data suggest that, even over the course of many years, women with
a nonmarital first birth do not catch up to their counterparts whose
first birth was in marriage."
7. Why Readers, Scientifically, Are The Best People To Fall In Love With, Elite Daily
[T]hose who read fiction are capable of the most empathy and “theory of
mind,” which is the ability to hold opinions, beliefs and interests
apart from their own.
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