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Husbands who are close to their in-laws - and, yes, that does include your mother-in-law - are far less likely to divorce.
Researchers have found that after 16 years of marriage men who make the effort with them have a 20 per cent higher chance of staying wed.
In a surprising contrast, in cases where the wife is close to her in-laws, the couple have a 20 per cent higher chance of breaking up.
More: Husbands who get on well with their in-laws are less likely to divorce, study reveals (so no surprise there) | Mail Online
does fits "staying wed" from the underlined parts?
Last edited by Odessa Dawn; 28-Nov-2012 at 11:36.
Reason: 5jj says "fits not does fit". Thank you 5jj for pointing that out.
Re: staying wed
If you don't stay wed/married, then you divorce. If you and your spouse break up, you probably, but not necessarily, divorce.
Originally Posted by Odessa Dawn
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