As a wise quote I once found on Pinterest said, "Better to have loved and lost, than to live with that crazy person for the rest of your life." Ah, marriage. S., your chances of getting divorced are still 50/50, according to University of Maryland Sociology Professor Philip Cohen (52.7% to be exact).
The age-old tale of two soulmates falling for one another, growing a family, and living happily ever after... That being said, I am 31, single, and have never been married, so why am I writing about post-divorce relationship advice?
When the honeymoon begins to wear off, then these issues begin to influence and impact the relationship.
I love to set people up (over the years I have matched up many couples who are now married or engaged), I love love songs, I love LOVE!
Such disillusionments and distractions can lead to less time spent together, less time spent on the relationship, a reduction in a couple's sex life, and sexual boredom.
Daily-life stressors and other crises often occur that require sacrifices to be made, selfishness to be checked and given up, and expectations to be discarded or modified.
Our experts recommend you go to a dating site where singles are already gathered and mingling freely.
Dating platforms often boast the most popular chat rooms for picking up a date on the web.