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Study shows couples have ‘reconciliation interest’

A recent study from researchers at the University of Minnesota shows that couples who have considered filing for divorce have significant “reconciliation interest.”

The researchers worked for 2 years surveying 2,500 people. ¬†They found that about 25 percent of couples already late in their divorce proceedings still believed that they could make their marriage work. ¬†3 in every 10 of the study’s participants said that they were interested in receiving help to save their marriage.

A professor at the University of Minnesota said of the researchers’ findings, “We tend to assume once people file for divorce it’s a done deal.”

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