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The Fear Factor That’s Not on TV

February 10, 2010  

55% of “Road Worry-ers” Feel Insecure When Spouse Is Traveling for Business According to a new survey conducted by Wakefield Research and commissioned by Logitech, business travel can be harder on one’s spouse than on the traveler. The survey found that many stay-be …

The Numbers Behind Tying the Knot

December 10, 2009  

What Can Polling Tell You About Your Pending Wedding? Washingtonian Magazine blogger Carl Monaco has been writing an excellent series on his upcoming nuptials.  Carl, who weekly explores his anxieties and musings about marriage and wedding planning, asked us for some researc …

A Marriage Miscellany

November 9, 2009  

The Pew Research Center recently released a national report on marriage, which included this nifty map of the 50 states.  Just roll your cursor over any state, and you’ll instantly see a snapshot of key statistics.  The stats include the percentage of couples who are …

USA Today Snapshot – Devastating Divorces

August 17, 2009  

<p><span style="font-weight: bold;">What can the Palins, the Gosselins, and the Hogans learn from Tracy Morgan?</span> The value of a negotiated divorce settlement. The Morgans recently reached an out-of-court settlement, sparing them the expense and pain of a hard-fought div …

Re-Branded for Romance

June 29, 2009  

The month of June has long been associated with weddings. As this month winds to a close, there is interesting news from Japan. A newly coined term has made aggressive spouse-hunting a new, socially acceptable “sport” in a society that has always tended to be much …

Poll: What’s the Fate of Jon & Kate?

June 19, 2009  

New Study: 48 Million Have Witnessed Divorce’s Fallout Not long ago, Americans watched – in the words of E! magazine – “the rawest and most real reality-show moments of the year.” What was it? Jon and Kate Gosselin discussed the D-word in the sea …