With recent reports showing that divorce rates have reached their lowest in decades, what's causing couples to split after spending decades — or more — together?
Now we’re no longer in the 1970s, it’s a question guaranteed to cause embarrassment if not outright offence because it implies the reduction of people to categories: age, race, size, gender, occupation, income bracket, looks good in wellies... Thus most people, when asked if they have a type, would probably deny that they do. Melanie Hamrick, mother of Mick Jagger’s youngest child, could be his former partner, the late L’Wren Scott’s little sister. Three of director John Derek’s wives – Ursula Andress, Linda Evans and Bo Derek – might as well have been triplets.
Family arguments are incredibly common over the festive season. Christmas is a time for love, joy and for a lot of people, the occasional screaming argument with a family member over the dinner table. According to data published by YouGov, one in three Brits (29%) think it’s likely they’ll have an argument with their family at some point during Christmas.
An Australian woman, who recently got married, surprised her groom by reading a letter she had written to him — three years before they met.
According to the poll by parenting website ChannelMum, couples who have had children spend an average of two minutes and 15 seconds having full sex, while one in 12 couples even admit to sessions lasting under a minute. Cathy Ranson, Editor at ChannelMum.com told Yahoo Style UK: “Sex after parenthood isn’t spoken about enough, so we carried out the research to find out what’s hot, what’s not and what we can do about it.