When it comes to the most stressful life events , researchers rank divorce as number two, right after the death of a spouse or child and before being imprisoned or having a health crisis —and for good reason. It goes without saying that ending a marriage can make you rethink everything you thought you knew about love—and sometimes, even, yourself. In fact, experts say that getting divorced in your 40s, or 50s, can actually improve the quality of your future relationships. It can help you figure out what you really want in your next partner. Ready to meet people?
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As same sex marriages begin to become normal throughout the United States and in other regions of the world, there is a certain interest in how stable those marriages will be. It is simply to see if all of that work to gain happiness has actually achieved happiness. States that have allowed same sex unions actually have lower divorce rates in every population demographic than states that have banned the practice. Take Massachusetts as an example.
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Rebecca Lake has been a financial planning and credit expert for The Balance for over three years. She has over a decade of experience writing personal finance, investing, and small business content for publications like Forbes Advisor and U. She also assists with content strategy for prominent brands in the financial services industry, including Citibank, Discover Bank, and AIG Insurance.
H ave you heard that statistic that half of all marriages will end in divorce? This sounds like such promising news. Families are sticking together! But in practice, this does not mean more people are living happily ever after. The drop in divorce statistics seems to be, in large part, due to the much-maligned Millennials making their marital vows stick far more often.