Nicholas Sparks is no stranger to heart-wrenching passion and the kind of love that only star-crossed lovers share. Teary eyed audiences have come to expect this from his novels and their film adaptions, but do the rose colored glasses come off once the credits end? Dissatisfaction with romantic partners is a common occurrence. We […]
According to the National Retail Federation, Valentine’s Day spending for 2011 was $15.7 billion. The average person was expected to spend $116.21 last year. There was even a study of the 10 most romantic cities based upon how much money is spent on Valentine’s Day. Husbands, wake up! Open your eyes. Smell the roses. […]
According to a Pew Research, “Barely half of all adults in the United States—a record low—are currently married, and the median age at first marriage has never been higher for brides (26.5 years) and grooms (28.7), according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census data. Pew Research Center analysis
The number of […]
Why is He ready for Counseling when She’s Checked Out? | Tips to Get Your Spouse to Couples Counseling
Why is it when a woman asks for a divorce, all of a sudden he is ready to call the counselor?
Why do women wait until they get to the point of feeling it’s over before hitting him between the eyes with “I want to separate.”
Why do some spouses wait until the marriage is vulnerable […]
To Divorce, or not to Divorce? | University of Minnesota Report | Reasons why couples are changing their minds
To Divorce, or not to Divorce? That is the Question | 3 reasons why couples are changing their minds about divorce
Marriage and Family therapist William Doherty from the University of Minnesota presented research studies proposing that reconciliation has become a priority for more couples instead of divorce.
In the past 3 years, divorces in the […]