EDMONTON - A new study suggests many people contemplating divorce have a change of heart a year later. Researchers at the University of Alberta and Brigham Young University in Utah conducted an online survey of 3,000 Americans aged 25 to 50 who have been married at least a year.
One out of four of the respondents said they had thought about divorce in the last six months. The study suggests half of those considering divorce had a significant change in their feelings when they were asked again a year later. (CP)