Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sex During Divorce – Banned in the Bay State?

At one time, Boston was the place where racy books were banned, but now the citizens of the Bay State – at least those in the midst of a divorce – may face a new prohibition: Sex between divorcing spouses … Continue reading

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Low-Income Couples Marry Less But Divorce More

Poor people value marriage just as much as affluent people and have similar romantic standards for marriage, according to research published in Journal of Marriage and Family. While poorer people and more affluent people have similar values, socioeconomic factors play … Continue reading

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Problems that can Wreck a Marriage

Many people think that infidelity – an affair – is the most common torpedo that sinks a marriage. According to Micki McWade, marital infidelity is a   symptom of underlying issues in the relationship. McWade, a collaborative divorce coach, psychotherapist, … Continue reading

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In-Law Relations

Men close to their in-laws are 20 percent less likely to divorce than women who are close to their in-laws, who are actually 20 percent more likely, according to research conducted by Dr. Terri Orbuch, a psychologist and research professor … Continue reading

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