Why Your Parents' Divorce Doesn't Predict Your Future

Why Your Parents' Divorce Doesn't Predict Your Future [EXPERT]
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Don't let your parents' divorce dictate your own destiny.

Your view on marriage. Those who still view marriage as a lifelong commitment may enter into marriage more prepared to put in the work required to make it successful. According to a National Health and Statistics Report, couples who live together before marriage are more likely to have first marriages that end in divorce, so avoiding cohabitation may also reduce the chances your first marriage will end in divorce.

As with most anything thing in life, when it comes to your parents' divorce affecting your own, resolve will most always trump any statistics against you. 3 Tools To Rekindle Romance In Your Relationship

Michelle LaRowe is the editor-in-chief of eNannySource.com. eNannySource.com has been helping families and nannies find each other since 1994. LaRowe is also the author of Nanny to the Rescue!, Working Mom's 411 and A Mom's Ultimate Book of Lists. She was the 2004 International Nanny Association Nanny of the Year.