Posted by: Bob Clark | June 4, 2007

Top 10 Myths of Divorce

The National Marriage Project at Rutgers University has published the Top 10 Myths of Divorce.

This is a helpful discussion of some of the most common misinformation about divorce. For example:

  • Have you ever wondered if people learn from their mistakes so that second marriages are more successful than first marriages?
  • Does living together before marriage improve the chances for a successful marriage?
  • If their parents don’t get along, are children better off if their parents divorce?
  • Following a divorce are children better off living in a step-family or in a single-parent family?

These and other questions are discussed. Answers are well-documented. This is a good read for those interested in separating good information from myths about marriage and divorce.

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