Originally Posted by sphinx780
So, in the U.S., the divorce rate is 50%. Making it a coin flip if they stay together. Is that stable? Do you assume that couples making the same commitment but not filing the paperwork are certain to break up over 50% of the time? Would your viewpoint change on couples that exchange rings but do not proceed with an official marriage filing?
Just curious as to what part of the marriage process signifies more stable to you.
50%? you still beleive that nonsense stat? It's probabaly more like 33%
Chris Evert: "[Monica] then really got cheated out of a lot of Grand Slams. She was really dominating women's tennis, dominating Steffi Graf."