How social media impacts divorce: Infographic

Social content is targeted and scrutinized during a divorce.

Social media has been purported to cause something that it doesn’t. Divorce is a perfect example of this. Because the divorce rate for people under 50 hasn’t demonstrably changed with the advent of social media, social media isn’t causing divorce.

 

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Top 10 Reasons Why Men Won’t Commit

Men love their single life and experience few of the traditional pressures that once encouraged them to marry.

They want kids, houses and sex. And they want women, too — but not in the form of wives. Not until they’re older. So says the latest study to probe the minds of America’s young men, aged 25 to 33. The study found 10 reasons men won’t commit — from the ease of finding sex partners to the desire to avoid financial risks of divorce.

 

 

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Unemployment leading cause of trouble among couples

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Unemployment is rocking the love boat.

A leading cause of trouble in the bedroom is unemployment.  With the jobless rate stuck at more than 9 percent, studies show that unemployment is taking a toll on all stages of relationships – from courting to marriage, and of course, to divorce. Instead of the traditional arch of a relationship, the trajectory of unemployed love looks a whole lot different.

 

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People Blaming Facebook for Divorces

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Facebook is a source of evidence in divorce cases.

Divorces can get really ugly and social media can paly a large part in that.  More and more of divorce cases include incriminating evidence captured on social media sites, at least for one Florida lawyer who says she sees “some type of Facebook involvement” in 90 percent of her divorce cases.

 

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Material Assets Chief Cause of Marital Strife in China

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Many Chinese people unsure about marriage.

A majority of Chinese people feel unsure about marriage, as the country’s divorce rate is almost on par with its economic growth rate, a survey has found.  According to an online survey released by China Youth Daily, 78 percent out of 2,714 respondents said they feel unsure about marriage.

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Deafness Can Lead to Marital Breakdown

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Inability to hear properly can lead to arguments.

Deafness can lead to heated arguments between couples and even marital breakdown, according to a survey about the social consequences of hearing loss published today.  The hard-of-hearing partner often feels upset that their spouse does not understand what it is like to suffer from the condition, the poll found.

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Attention Deficit Disorders Can Take a Toll on Marriage

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Your marriage could be suffering from ADHD.

Does your wife or husband  forget chores and lose track of the calendar? Do you sometimes feel that instead of living with a spouse, you’re raising another child?  Your marriage may be suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

 

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