Professor Arielle Kuperberg studied data involving thousands of married women. The data was collected in 1995, 2002 and 2006 through 2010 by the U.S. National Survey of Family Growth. She collected that data and analyzed it and published the conclusions in the Journal of Marriage and Family. These conclusions, she said, “turns conventional wisdom on its head.”
During a divorce that involves children, one of the most important aspects of ending the marital relationship is finding a co-parenting one that will work. Multiple marriages and blended families are common today. While a specific arrangement will determine the custody of the children belonging to both spouses, they aren’t the only ones that the parents may want to consider.
Social media, cellphones, emails, iPads, fantasy football leagues, computer apps or video gaming systems, whatever the cyber-related device is, it seems to play a role in the lives of Houston residents. There is no doubt that each of these types of technology has its benefits, but use of a device or feature certainly has its risks too.
Relationships will go through ups and downs. Having an intimate, personal relationship involves a lot of serious emotions and there are bound to be some disagreements. When these emotions become so heated that it affects the safety of the children, the Texas Child Protective Services may become involved in the situation.