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Military = High Divorce Rates

Military people are the people that are brave enough to fight for the United States inside of the Armed forces, but many of these men and women have been getting divorced a lot. This is due to the fact that many people that are in the Military do not get much time to spend with their family and this increases the divorce rate for military men and women.

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General Divorce Advice

A divorce can be a bad time, and this is why I offer several pieces of divorce advice in this article, these advices are just to help you get over having to deal with a divorce as many people know this can be a very rough time emotionally and physically and in some cases even financially. You can follow some of this advice today to help you get through your divorce and continue to have a happy life.

Being Friends With Your Ex-Wife Or Ex-Husband: When people break up they can feel like they no longer want to be friends with one another, but often people don’t realize if they do not get along then the children in the family could suffer. It is important to become friends with your ex-wife or ex-husband as this will help you get through the divorce process fast and without as much rough spots as their could be.
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Divorce Statistics

Marriage and Divorce Facts (2002)
Percentage of population that is married: 59% (down from 62% in 1990, 72% in 1970)
Percentage of population that has never married: 24%
Percentage of population that is divorced: 10% (up from 8% in 1990, 6% in 1980)
Percentage of population that is widowed: 7%
Median age at first marriage: Males: 26.9
Females: 25.3
Median age at first divorce: Males: 30.5
Females: 29
Median age at second marriage: Males: 34
Females: 32
Median age at second divorce: Males: 39.3
Females: 37
Median duration of first marriages that end in divorce: Males: 7.8 years
Females: 7.9 years
Median duration of second marriages that end in divorce: Males: 7.3 years
Females: 6.8 years
Median number of years people wait to remarry after their first divorce: Males: 3.3 years
Females: 3.1 years
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