(PRWEB UK) 28 July 2014
As reported by the article published on The Telegraph’s official website, dated 24 Jun 2014: The secret to a happy marriage – getting divorced, according to the author of the longest-running study concerned with human relationships, getting divorced in middle or later life is no obstacle for having a happy marriage, and can even have positive long-term effects.
The project involved tracking the lives of more than 240 men over the course of 70 years; it is a hopeful reminder for those who fall into the category of “silver splitters” that they shouldn’t give up on marriage yet. The study has found that marriage gets better with age, even after 70 and those who have been in an unhappy marriage for many years still have the opportunity to find happiness for themselves in a new one. The study also listed numerous examples of those who managed to form fulfilling new marriages that lasted several decades, even though they were divorced previously. Professor George Vaillant, 80, who was in charge of the research, which was also called the “Grant Study” for 45 years, shared how some of the findings made him question his previous beliefs and assumptions.
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Chief investigator at Infidelity Detectives, Angela Barker, is aware how much effort and patience it takes to make a marriage work, which makes their agency’s work that much more important. She also went on to say: “Infidelity is the number one cause why marriages break up. But, in case there is no infidelity, but only suspicion, our skilled private investigators can help clear it. Infidelity Detectives has some of the best detectives that specialize in matrimonial investigation, and you can place your trust in us.”