Divorce dating and kids
In one study conducted at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, social psychologist Jerald G.D., found that nearly 50 percent of 18-year-olds go out at least once a week, compared with only approximately 25 percent of 32-year-olds.We concluded that those exhibiting self-confident assertions of dating standards are perceived as holding relatively more promise as marriage partners.
D., offers advice gleaned from his own research and that of other experts to help you get back into dating mode.Yolanda may have felt alone on the playing field, but she was far from it.The number of women living alone has doubled to 14.6 million, and the number has nearly tripled for men, jumping from 3.5 million to 10.3 million.Many years ago, the myth began to circulate that if parents are unhappy, the kids are unhappy, too. “What’s good for mom or dad is good for the children,” it was assumed.But we now have an enormous amount of research on divorce and children, all pointing to the same stubborn truth: Kids suffer when moms and dads split up.
First, it's important to set appropriate personal standards.