Did you know that according to the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics:
Roughly 3,000 couples in the U.S. get divorced each day – well over 1 million per year.
20-25% of these people are divorcing for the second or even the third time.
50% of all divorcing couples have children under the age of 18;
12 million U.S. families were headed by a single parent during 2000.
1 out of 3 U.S. children do not live with both parents.
17% of all children in the U.S. will suffer a divorce in 2016.
You can’t Divorce Yourself. If you don’t learn from your Divorce you will more likely be unhappy in future relationships as well.
Second marriages will end 23% sooner than first marriages.
Third marriages will end 43% sooner than first marriages.
The Divorce rate after the third marriage approaches a familiar inevitability.
As well, it is scientifically supported that children of divorced parents suffer a higher than average divorce rate as adults – divorce is a “vertical transmission” pattern that is handed down from one generation to the next, with a domino effect of emotional turmoil which echoes through time.