I'm currently writing Chapter 7 Dead End Relationships. Part of making the next or current relationship work is knowing why the last relationship failed. Oftentimes there is a major difference in opinion or expectation that made itself known long after the relationship got serious. Maybe the other person said or did something that was unforgivable. Or maybe the other person lacked certain relationship skills.
Myself and my father-in-law are both engineers. And if there is one thing we know how to do, it is problem solve! (Especially problems that don’t even need solving!) So it comes as no surprise to us that a recent study suggests that those married to engineers have the lowest divorce rates.
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