couples are more likely to break during the season called divorce, . that usually follows summer and winter Researcher Julie Brines explained: “people tend to face the holidays with rising expectations, despite the disappointments that could have had in recent years.
They represent periods of the year is the anticipation or the opportunity for a new beginning, a new beginning, something different, a transition to a new stage of life. It’s like a cycle of optimism, in a sense. They are very symbolically now paid on time for culture. “
Unfortunately, for many people, the holidays are often a stressful time when problems in a marriage can actually be amplified. Therefore, when the holidays do not bring the anticipated changes in a relationship, people can apply divorce once you are done with the festivities.
the researchers analyzed rates for divorce in Washington between 2001 and 2015 and found constant peaks in the months of March and August.
the study was to be presented at the annual meeting of American Sociological Association in Seattle .
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