Marriage Is No Longer The Norm

The new census 2010 figures are out, and for the first time since they began tabulating family data in 1940, there are more un-wed couples in the USA than married couples. Households with husband-wife couples has now fallen below 50 … Read More

Marriage Minority

For the first time, married couples have dropped below half of all American households. According to data released by the Brookings Institution, only 48 percent of American households in 2010 are classified as married. Now, we only reminisce as we … Read More

Would You Like Fries With That? “I DO”

Theme weddings can be very cool. To me it seems like the perfect chance to project who you are as a couple to your family, your friends or even the world! To me a “perfect” wedding would be triumph of self-expression. … Read More

Family Is an Attitude

What happens to a family after a divorce is a direct result of the attitude the parents take. If they put family first, they can reach an emotional place that feels like home, even though the marital bonds are broken. That’s the goal of a couple who started a website called Co-Parenting 101. … Read More

Building a Better Divorce

The iBUILTit™ Wave is a brand new Wave that expresses both esteem and a sense of belonging, values far too often missing when it comes to divorce. The idea of a collective divorce, a way of coming to terms outside the courtroom, is picking up momentum in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. … Read More