When people face the prospect of a divorce, many of the spouses involved in this difficult process simply want the issue to be resolved as quickly as possible so that they can move on with their lives separately. However, some divorces turn out to be extremely amicable, to the point where those who were involved in the original divorce case eventually decide to remarry each other. This is a growing trend according to a recent study.
Noted psychology professor Nancy Kalish, who researched the topic for her book Lost & Found Lovers: Facts and Fantasies of Rekindled Romances, compiled the statistics over time and discovered that as many as six percent of divorced couples eventually decide to remarry each other. This is much higher than what was previously thought, and it represents a new topic regarding divorce that will likely receive much in the way of attention from experts and researchers alike.
The findings have led to many different theories as to why this number is as high as it is. Some of these theories include the fact that people can change over time and grow in a positive manner, some married couples realize that the divorce was a mistake and still others do not have a nasty and prolonged divorce fight to look back upon when they get to know each other during the post-divorce period.
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While the vast majority of couples who complete a divorce obviously do not wind up marrying each other for a second time, what this discovery should tell people is that working through this difficult process without allowing yourself to be drawn into a nasty and antagonistic battle will result in a happier aftermath.
If you are facing the possibility of ending your marriage, you need to seek the help of San Diego divorce lawyers who have helped many couples work through this process and move on successfully. Contact the attorneys at the Men’s Legal Center today to schedule an initial consultation.