Since the days of King Henry VIII, there was a presumption that males want to breed more males. While this may have made some sense during the times when males needed to work fields or take over the throne, in this day in age desiring one sex of a baby is for choice not for need. Even so there was what I thought to be a foolish saying that more people divorce with daughters, not with sons. A recent study sheds some light on the subject. The study finds that it is not the daug
Taboo no longer. We have seen television shows about perfect families, teen moms, singles searching for love, and older people falling out of love. However, the pure divorce show has yet to be explored, until know. Bravo is bringing a scripted televsion show based on the life of a fourty something career women and mother finding herself again. I am thrilled that a topic that has until recently been seen as something "swept under the rug" is finally becoming a mainstream show!
Both my married and single friends have asked me about the recent study that found more and more people are divorcing over 50. Actually, the study found that those over 50 are as likely to divorce as people 20 years their junior. This has people thinking either about their parents or themselves. Divorce has become part of a common dialogue for many couples. Is it worth getting married if it could lead to divorce? Is there a way to beat the statics and have a lifetime of happ