Surprising number of divorcing parents are open to reconciliation, new University of Minnesota study finds

A recent study was published in the Family Court Review. The study, “Interest in Marital Reconciliation Among Divorcing Parents,” is the first of its kind that profiles the interest in divorced parents’ interest in reconciling with their spouse. The study found that about one in four parents believed that their marriage could still be saved if they put the required work into it. In one in nine cases both parents felt the same way. In an overwhelming 45% of the couples that took part in the study from the University of Minnesota, one or both partners had high hopes that there was a possibility for reconciliation.

Click here to read more about the study and before you consider divorce, consider the expense and difficulties associated with it. Then consider the data. With almost 50% of those who divorce planning to reconcile, is it not worth your time to put in your work now, rather than later.

The StrongMarriageNow System can help give you the tools to Save Your Marriage.

Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness!

Dr. Dana and Amy

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