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Even though the headlines normally report only on negative news about religion’s impact on marriage and family, don’t believe it! According to experts, quality studies have found that couples and families who pray together really do stay together longer than their non-religious peers, that's what we have come to learn through the kaddish service.
The number of couples who are choosing to marry in this country has dropped to record lows as more people opt for cohabitation or to delay marriage.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist An analysis of over 250 peer-reviewed journal articles on marriage and family has found that the divorce rate is down but cohabitation rates continue to rise, putting more children at risk than ever before.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist The first major study to compare religion and relationship quality across America's major racial and ethnic groups finds that shared religious activity – attending church together and especially praying together – is linked to higher levels of relationship quality, particularly among Black couples.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist Researchers say the first decline in divorce rates seen in years may be the result of the recession.
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