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How to create relationships that work
Renée Peltz Dennison Ph.D.
Does the thought that half of all marriages end in divorce have you afraid to tie the knot? That statistic is outdated, and knowing more about the facts can ease your fear.
Are you worried that your marriage is in trouble because you are fighting with your spouse? In fact, some conflict can actually be good, and avoiding conflict can be even worse.
Many believe that the more expensive a wedding, the better the marriage. But Hollywood suggests the opposite may be true. What is the truth about wedding cost and marital success?
Researchers, the majority of the American public, and even advertisers are calling for acceptance of same-sex marriage—isn’t it time the Supreme Court and our legal system followed suit?
Although there is a large body of research showing that those who experienced a parental divorce are more likely to divorce, recent research shows that there is more to the story.
Renée Peltz Dennison, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of psychology at St. Mary's College of Maryland.