Shocking study reveals the real reason most couples get divorced.
There's good news and there's bad news. The good news is that couples are divorcing less these days due to infidelity. Yay! The bad news is that they're divorcing more because they've fallen out of love. Boo.
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Students, we know what you're thinking: with some smarts, we can find terrific marriage mates at every college in the country. But a new report suggests that the number of couples who meet in college is lower than ever…so from where are the solid marriage-material types graduating? Kick back and let us school you on which U.S. colleges and universities turn out the most appealing male partners.
Plus, a newlywed couple gets busted for shoplifting.
Are mama's boys better husbands? How to know if a lady will be a bad wife. A newlywed couple gets caught shoplifting. Does marriage make people stable or do stable people get married? Are mama's boys better husbands? Which colleges are the horniest?
Lauren Bush Lauren joins the long line of married ladies who've made unflattering name changes.
Lauren Bush, the model, designer and philanthropist niece of George W. Bush, is getting married. To David Lauren, the son of Ralph Lauren. And she is planning on taking her husband's last name making her ... Lauren Bush Lauren. How far would you go for tradition? Would you change your last name upon getting married if it would become something kinda wonky?
Sporting body ink and being a good mom and wife aren't mutually exclusive.
After three months of being a tattooed mom, I have felt those judging eyes as I walk away. In all likelihood, any opinion they formed about me has morphed into something else. Which just makes me want to tattoo the following down my arm: I’m a breastfeeding, baby-wearing, co-sleeping, cloth diapering mom. I’m married. I own a home and a late model car. I have never received a speeding ticket, let alone been convicted of a crime. Too long?
My husband and I seem to parent our children differently based on their genders.
My husband and I seem to parent our children differently based on their genders, a tendency I never expected, being the enlightened and empowered woman I am. (“Roar” and all that.) Once we had both a boy and a girl, though, this tendency became obvious.
Madame Noire investigates what people think about switching up an age-old marital tradition.
It seems clear that we are in a time where gender roles and expectations are rapidly being redefined and altered. Although these new definitions are, no doubt, giving both genders some more freedom, are they simultaneously making a handful of people a bit more uncomfortable as well? Madame Noire took to the streets to try and discover just this. They interviewed several New Yorkers to see how they'd feel if a husband, instead, decided to take a woman's last name. You won't believe some of their responses.