A new study suggests that it’s pointless to try to get young mothers to marry
Growing up with brothers and sisters helps to keep marriages intact. But it takes a big family to lower divorce rates.
Divorced couples who remarry successfully can teach all couples about building stronger relationships.
A bride’s pre-wedding jitters may be a sign of marital dissatisfaction and divorce down the road
The tabloids would have you believe that serial marriage — and divorce — is the norm, but the most recent Census figures paint a rosier picture of marriage in America
It’s unlikely that the legal battles over Alaina Giordano’s children will end with her death. Her parents want to maintain a relationship with their grandchildren and could wind up back in court fighting for visitation rights.
Key questions to consider before you say yes to a blended-family vacation
Does Tom Cruise really want to send his 6-year-old daughter off to be raised by Scientologists? Not if Katie Holmes has anything to say about it
Nagging can wreck a relationship. So why is it so hard to just stop?
A new study suggests that young cohabiting couples are saying “I don’t” so as to avoid the heavy toll of divorce
Good news and bad for women who take the pill: new research finds that those who meet their partners while taking oral contraceptives report less sexual satisfaction in their relationships — but they’re also less likely to split up.
Marriage and divorce are life-changing events, the effects of which are evident in innumerable ways — including on the bathroom scale.
The marriage statistics have been drilled into everyone’s heads: half of all “I do’s” end up as “I don’ts.” But now, news of a new service that counsels happily married women on the ins and outs of divorce has some people …