The most celebrated day of couples and people in love all over the world happens to be February 14, celebrated as Valentine’s Day. But studies have suggested that the day is indeed not lucky for couples who get married on the occasion.
The University of Melbourne conducted a research on the success of married lives of love couples who had got married on February 14, and the results read that, 37% of the couples will end their marriage sooner, while 45% of couples will not extend their togetherness of married life beyond 3 years. The reports were based on an extensive study of 1.1 million Dutch marriages.
The reason for the breakup might be
impulsive too, and most of the cases had an issue that, the couples had
actually lived together even before their weddings happened. The focus to marry
on the Valentine’s Day is nothing more than an attraction factor and a fashion
statement that however does not have any impact on the quality of post-marriage
life or commitments, and hence becomes more vulnerable to ending of married
life, as the reports suggest.
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