Post-Divorce Dating and Relationships

Although divorce can be a negative experience, for some it is a catalyst for new perspectives on relationships that provide a context for future relationships to thrive. Learn more about what researchers found from interviewing divorced men and women aged 21-63.

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Topics:
  • Separation & Divorce
    The many facets of witnessing, considering, experiencing, and recovering from separation & divorce
    Gender Identity & Roles
    Gender identity: how it develops over time, how it plays out in romantic relationships, and strategies for negotiating roles in relationships
    Maintaining Self in Relationships
    Balancing personal and relationship identity development
    Re-Partnering & Remarriage
    Re-entering romantic relationships after the ending of a serious relationship or marriage
    Life Transitions
    Managing the uncertainty and competing demands that come with certain life transitions (going to college, starting a career, moving, etc.) while in or preparing for a romantic relationship
  • U.S. Divorce Trends Based on Age

    The 50% divorce rate is not exactly what it seems. Susan Brown from Bowling Green State University speaks to the rise in divorce among Baby Boomers and the fall of divorce rates among younger people. Learn how age, income, and other factors play a part. 

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    Topics:
  • Separation & Divorce
    The many facets of witnessing, considering, experiencing, and recovering from separation & divorce
    Socioeconomic Context
    The influence of socioeconomic factors (e.g., income, education) on relationships
    Preventing Relationship Distress & Instability
    Factors that decrease risk and increase protective factors of romantic relationships
    Re-Partnering & Remarriage
    Re-entering romantic relationships after the ending of a serious relationship or marriage