The Times found that women are happier than men after divorce
• The Times found that women are happier than men after divorce
According to a recent study, women feel fine after the divorce, and much more often than men. But representatives of the stronger sex is usually perceive divorce as a personal failure and frustration.
The British edition of The Times conducted a survey among 1060 readers of divorced (mean age - 54 years), to understand how they feel after divorce.
Respondents were 30 quite personal questions about life in the marriage and the reasons for separation.
It turned out that 53% of women after divorce feel much happier, the same response among the men were able to give only 32% of respondents.
In the description of the woman divorce often I used the word "happy", "holiday", "delight". Men associate gap with the words "failure" and "disappointing."
In this case, a rather high percentage of respondents (61% women and 47% men) admitted that no relationship happier and do not tend to look for a soul mate again. And 17% of men and 8% of women are still experiencing warm feelings toward former spouses.
Also interesting is the fact that men more difficult to endure loneliness - they are 30% more likely to drop in another relationship immediately after the break.
As to the reasons of the divorce, the most popular of them are general dissatisfaction with relationships, infidelity, adverse changes in the partner (as stated 49% of respondents) and very significant change in itself (14%).