GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Reconciliation After Separation Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"In a study of 1,200 separated individuals, 49% felt hopeful for reconciliation but only 10% actually reconciled."

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"Reconciliation is more common in African American couples, with a 53% rate when separated; while the rate among white couples is lower at 36%."

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"Couples who are more religious are more likely to seek reconciliation after separation."

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"Among separated couples who sought professional help, the reconciliation rate increased by up to 25%."

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"Couples who separate and live apart for more than a year have a 10% chance of getting back together."

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"About 15% of separated couples that reconcile experience a second separation within three years."

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"Approximately 87% of separated couples end up getting divorced."

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"A study found that 67% of couples who remained married after separating experienced a decrease in marital satisfaction."

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"Between 10-14% of all separations result in successful long-term reconciliations."

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"Separated spouses of military personnel are less likely to seek reconciliation, with a rate of only 38.2%."

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"The longer a couple stays separated, the more likely they are to proceed with divorce – with a 90% chance of divorce after five years of separation."

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