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‘Chexting’ Breaking Up Happy Homes May 30, 2014

‘in many ways ‘chexting’ can be a more insidious form of infidelity, according to experts.’

Source: Rhiannon Ally


Opting Back In: Not As Peachy As it Seems for the Divorcée May 29, 2014

Filed under: Divorce And Society,Divorce Industry,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 8:03 pm

A different viewpoint…my thoughts are that until money and custody are handled as no fault ..just equal distribution of both (it IS a no fault divorce)…there will plenty to take issue with by both sides..

Source:Quenby Wilcox


Different Slopes for Different Folks:

Filed under: Relationships — familyinnocence @ 4:38 pm

Different Slopes for Different Folks: A Psychology Perspective on Union Formation,Relationship Quality, and Couple Dissolution

Source: Scott M. Stanley


A Second Look At The Vicious Cycle of Divorce

Self Fulfilling prophecy ?

Source: Elise Pettus


The Social Construction of the Divorce “Problem”

Filed under: Divorce And Society,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 3:22 pm

Source: Scott Coltrane and Michele Adams


In Shift, an Activist Enlists Same-Sex Couples in a Pro-Marriage Coalition

Filed under: Divorce And Society,From The News,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 3:18 pm

“Instead of fighting gay marriage,” Mr. Blankenhorn wrote, “I’d like to help build new coalitions bringing together gays who want to strengthen marriage with straight people who want to do the same.”

Rover77 : Actually…I am very pleased with this..since I started working on this issue…I have believed that the gay marriage community would be a potential ally



The Real Threat to Marriage

Filed under: Divorce And Society,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 3:06 pm

‘First introduced by the Bolsheviks as a means of undermining the power of the church in post-Revolution Russia, unilateral no-fault divorce—which is how more than 80 percent of marriages in the U.S. end—eliminates the need for an aggrieved spouse to show that his or her partner has violated the vows of marriage before being granted dissolution.’

Source : Christopher Moraff