Sometimes, within a couple, someone's feelings get hurt. When this happens, it is important for both members of the couple to not just default to a knee-jerk reaction, but to take time to understand the situation and how best to respond to it. How a couple reacts after one of the members of the couple does something that hurts the other one's feelings can matter considerably.
It isn't difficult to see how rapid technological advancement becomes woven into the social fabric of daily life, but we have to admit that sometimes the law is slow to catch up, perhaps especially in family law.
In heterosexual relationships, is one gender more likely than the other to initiate a breakup? A recent study indicates that the answer to this question may depend on whether or not the couple is married.
Celebrity divorce news sometimes seems to come in waves. It appears that we are currently in the midst of such a wave this summer. As USA Today recently noted, over around the past month, there have been quite a few celebrity divorce announcements.
It can be very important for a person to know what is happening with their finances. This is true for both single individuals and married people.
In the celebrity world of divorce, amicable breakups have become the latest trend. We watched Gwenyth Paltrow and Chris Martin consciously uncouple in 2012, and just recently, Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck announced that mediation will be their method of divorce -- not the contentious litigation we typically associate with celebrities.
When going into a marriage, no person wants to end up one day divorcing their spouse. Thus, one thing many newlyweds may wonder is: What can I do to help prevent my marriage from ending in a divorce?
There are many things couples argue about. There are certain things though that tend to pop up as couple argument subjects more often than others.
The internet has made it possible to learn how to do just about anything yourself, from cooking to home improvements to starting your own blog. However, there are some things that are best left to the professionals, including your divorce.
In some marriages, one spouse makes a substantially higher amount of income than the other. Such income inequality can sometimes pose challenges in a marriage. A recent study underscores this. The study indicates that income inequality in a marriage may be connected to increased likelihood of infidelity in a marriage.