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Divorce Linked To Hair Loss In Women

By Margarita Nahapetyan Women who had lost a spouse through divorce or death are much more likely to suffer from hair loss than women who are happily married or single, a new study has found. According to American Society of Plastic Surgeons, marital break-up, high levels of stress, smoking, and heavy drinking lead to increased hair loss in women. The conclusions are based on the two brand new studies that involved identical twins, bo

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Making Sense of Divorce

Excerpted from Divorce Talk; Women and Men Make Sense of Personal Relationships By Catherine Kohler Riessman Personal Meaning in a Social Context Divorce has touched the lives of more individuals today than ever before in history. The marital bonds that in earlier generations (and in many parts of the world to this day) were broken most often by death are in many Western societies now most often broken by divorce. As a relatively common response

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Break-Up for Girls - The First Few Days

Excerpted from The Girls' Guide to Surviving a Break-Up By Delphine Hirsh If your palms aren't too tired, high-five yourself yet again. You may not be laughing all the time and wildly in love with your life, but there is no doubt that you are feeling a lot better than you did six months ago. Can you even really remember how miserable you felt back then? Most people can summon a vague feeling of horror, but the actual intensity of the pain can't be accessed. That intensity, thank God, do

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Portrait Of My Desire

Excerpted from Portrait Of My Desire By Rhonda Findling Sharon shivered from the biting, icy cold, draft coming through her bedroom window. Another dreary, lonely, Wisconsin winter night, she thought to herself as she sketched the dark, exotic looking man from the fashion magazine. The frenzied lashing of the howling wind, intensified Sharon's growing restlessness that she'd been trying to stave off for the past few months. She put her new "Satu

The Tough Guy's Breakup Buddy

Excerpted from It's Called a Breakup Because It's Broken : The Smart Girl's Break-Up Buddy By Greg Behrendt, Amiira Ruotola-Behrendt We've been told that guys don't really buy these kinds of books. Men process breakups differently perhaps. They get drunk, stand on your lawn, scream at football players on TV, and maybe even start a band. Yet I would have really dug a book like this when I was hurting to keep me from losing my shit. Well, if you are a guy and you are read

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call-hell: The Dictionary of Failed Relationships

Excerpted from The Dictionary of Failed Relationships: 26 Tales of Love Gone Wrong By Meredith Broussard call-hell \'kol-hel\ noun [insp. by Dorothy Parker]: the state of severe anxiety following a date or sexual interlude, when the woman wonders desperately if the man will call, and the man does nothing to eliminate this severe anxiety. Symptoms of call-hell include: obsessive checking of telephone messages; calling oneself to make sure that voice mail/machine/phone se

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Five Men Who Broke My Heart

Excerpted from Five Men Who Broke My Heart By Susan Shapiro Two days later, I received an e-mail from brad under the heading "Stormy Weather." I opened it to find six words: "hard to see you, raining since." I was taken aback. I was the wounded party here and I had almost recovered. I had sublimated my confusion and longing into writing an article about Brad, completing a thousand-word rough draft. Turning Brad's life into a pithy profile would finish something off. I c

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How To Overcome A Divorce

By Margarita Nahapetyan For most people it is always very hard to deal with divorce. No one enters a marriage believing that it will end some day, however almost 50 per cent of all marriages do end in divorce. Feelings, such an anger, sadness, depression, helplessness, loneliness, and guilt are common for divorcing people. When everything in a life has been turned upside down, figuring out how to handle divorce is one of the tougher t

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Kid's Cancer Does Not Lead To Parental Divorce

By Margarita Nahapetyan In spite of severe stress and emotional strain caused by a child's illness, marriages and partnerships of couples whose children are battling cancer are not more likely to fall apart than of those who have cancer-free kids, claims a new 20-year study from Denmark. To come up with such a conclusion, scientists from the Danish Cancer Society Research Center in Copenhagen looked at more than 47,000 couples among w

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If your ex was a jackass the first time around, he probably still is

Excerpted from The Spinsterlicious Life: 20 Life Lessons For Living Happily Single and Child-free By Eleanore Wells The success of a revisited relationship depends on why you broke up the first time. It could be a good idea if the reason for the break-up was situational, that is, if there was something going on in your life or his life that got in the way of the relationship (e.g., work, school, distance, immaturity) and that situation has been resolved. However, if the

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Breakup - The Mourning After

Excerpted from How to Heal a Broken Heart in 30 Days: A Day-by-Day Guide to Saying Good-bye and Getting On With Your Life By Howard Bronson, Mike Riley Waking up on the day after a breakup can be a rather grim affair. Most people emerge from the hiding place of their slumbers to the unhappy recollection that a large part of their lite is now gone. It's the first day of the "mourning after" a loss. Take that first moment of mourning to reflect o

Option One: Do Nothing

Excerpted from Conscious Divorce: Ending a Marriage with Integrity By Susan Allison After hearing the messages of the intuition, you have many options. One choice is not to choose at all but to put away your journal and do nothing. Be aware that this decision may come from fear. Our realizations are so scary, so revolutionary that we cannot face them. We consciously choose homeostasis, to have stability and normalcy. Our marriage may not be ideal or even good, but it is

Divorce Is More Stressful For Yonger Generation to Cope With

By Margarita Nahapetyan Dealing with the stress of divorce is much harder at a younger age than later in life, researchers from Michigan State University have found. According to Hui Liu, assistant professor of sociology who carried out the study, the younger a person is when going through a divorce, the higher is the risk for health problems. Liu said the results, which are published in the research journal Social Science & Medic

Cohabitation Before Marriage Increases The Risk Of Divorce

By Margarita Nahapetyan A new government study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that couples who live together before they get married, increase the risk that their marriage will fail. However, their chances improve if they were already engaged when they began earlier cohabitation. The study took a closer look at couples who live together before getting married, taking into consideration factors such

Can Facebook Destroy Your Marriage?

By Margarita Nahapetyan According to U.S. and British divorce attorneys, social networking website Facebook is often associated with marriage breakups. In spite of the fact that millions of people all across the world consider Facebook to be very social and innocent, the latest statistics show that one in five marriages in the United States are destroyed by the nation's most popular website. A 2010 survey by American Academy of Matrim

Men's Unempleyment Can Lead to Marriage Breakup

By Margarita Nahapetyan A man's unemployment can have a profound effect on whether his marriage will survive or not, according to a study published in the American Journal of Sociology. While attitudes about working females have considerably evolved in the past decades, social pressure on their male counterparts to be the main money makers is still very strong, says Liana Sayer, an associate professor of sociology at Ohio State Univer

Detaching From a Malignant Man

Excerpted from Don't Text That Man! A Guide To Self Protective Dating in the Age of Technology By Rhonda Findling Disengaging from a man you love, like or are infatuated with, takes a lot of self-discipline and emotional strength. It's like going against the force of gravity. It is counterintuitive. It's traumatic. It's not a natural process. It defies our human instinct to attach. Getting over a man can take several months to several years, dep

Divorced Women Suffer Financially, While Men - Emotionally

By Margarita Nahapetyan After divorce it is women who turn out to be the biggest financial losers, but it takes their husbands much longer to recover emotionally, found the joint research led by the Australian Federal Government's Institute of Family Studies. The study by the AIFS, ANU and University of Queensland compared the incomes of married couples with divorced men and women between 2001 and 2010. The data was collected from the

Divorced Parents Prefer Technology and Social Media As Communication Tool

By Margarita Nahapetyan Individuals who are separated or divorced are increasingly using technology when it comes to communicating with their ex-partners in regards with their kids, found a new study by a University of Missouri family studies expert. According to Lawrence Ganong, a professor of human development and family studies at MU, who authored the research and examined the communication habits of about 50 couples, when ex-partn

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Breakup: Getting Ready for Good-bye (a.k.a. the Relationship)

Excerpted from It's Not Me, It's You; The Ultimate Breakup Book By Anna Jane Grossman, Flint Wainess It's not easy being a single person in a couples' world. You can't buy a single bed, because they're too small, yet a queen-size bed leaves you wondering what to do with that other pillowcase that comes with the set. Your toothbrush holder taunts you with its extra space. Even the car serves as a reminder that your passenger seat, like your life, is empty. Food won't do

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Parental Divorce Affects Boys' Health Later In Life

By Margarita Nahapetyan Adult men who had their parents divorced before they turned 18 are at a significantly higher risk of suffering a stroke when compared to men whose parents stayed married, claim scientists from the University of Toronto. The new research found that boys whose parents divorced appear to be three times more likely to have a stroke later in life, but girls from divorced families are not at an increased risk of stro

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Wedding Jitters Could Be a Predictor for a Future Divorce

By Margarita Nahapetyan Brides who hesitate about getting married might want to consider having second thoughts before starting a life-long commitment, suggest psychologists from the University of California, Los Angeles. According to the new research, uncertainty and wedding cold feet are a real signal of trouble ahead and might be even a predictor for a future divorce. Justin Lavner, a doctoral candidate in psychology, who authored

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Many Divorced Couples Could Be Better off If Stayed Married

By Margarita Nahapetyan Most people get divorced hoping to have a better life and find more happiness than they had in their marriage. However, a new national study by Iowa State University cautions such people, stating that in approximately one in four couples who divorce, the individuals involved might have been better off if stayed married. Alex Zhylyevskyy, assistant professor of economics at Iowa State University, who authored th

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Divorce: Alien Abduction - Denial

Excerpted from Live, Laugh, Love Again; A Christian Woman's Survival Guide to Divorce By Michelle Borquez, Connie Wetzell, Carla Sue Nelson Well, now that you've faced the shock, you ask yourself the $64,000 question: What in the heck happened to my husband? The choices are obvious: a. Someone cast an evil spell on him. b. His brain went on vacation. c. He was abducted by aliens. d. He got hit in the head with a [insert appropriate sport for

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Following Ex's Facebook Activities Delays PostBreakup Recovery

By Margarita Nahapetyan Checking and following the activities of an ex partner through social networking site Facebook can seriously interfere with a person's ability to move on as well as delay their emotional recovery and healing, suggests a new article, entitled "Facebook Surveillance of Former Romantic Partners: Associations with PostBreakup Recovery and Personal Growth." Although Facebook can help lovebirds feel connected day and

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