By Kevin Voigt
Like rainy weather and the NCAA championships, divorce is seasonal. That’s according to University of Washington researchers who reviewed 14 years of the state’s divorce filings and found consistent peaks in March and August. Other states show similar patterns.
Why this “March Madness” for marriage? Researchers say the aftermath of Christmas and summer holidays might play a role. “The consistent pattern in filings, the researchers believe, reflects the disillusionment unhappy spouses feel when the holidays don’t live up to expectations,” reads a university report on the study.
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