I like to think that most people are happy in their marriage. I also assume that everyone married their best friend. I may be wrong.
According to a new survey from Daily Mail, here are six depressing stats about the state of marriage.
10% of people feel like they're stuck in a LOVELESS MARRIAGE.
15% wish they'd married someone else.
A company called Kaleidoscope came up with the 10 most embarrassing things that can happen on your wedding day. But Kaleidoscope makes dresses for the mother-of-the-bride, so their results may be a little skewed. Here's their list:
Well, this is some reassuring news if you're a single parent looking to get back out there. I mean, not good news for your kid or your babysitting budget . . . but good news for you.
According to a study by Match.com, members who are single parents actually date MORE than members who are single without kids.
There's something called the Relationship Research Institute in Seattle. All they do is study relationships. It's like "Cosmo" . . . except it's run by scientists, not yentas, and they never say awful things like "10 Ways to Please and Tease Your Hubby."
Dr. John Gottman founded the RRI, and he says they've identified the three signs a relationship has long-term potential, an