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Among other things, The featured a number of humorous self-quizzes and personality tests, including the four-variable Myers-Briggs style Match Test.

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For many, a successful marriage can be put down to attraction, devotion, patience – and true love. They have developed a distinctly unromantic formula to predict how compatible a couple are based on their ages, education and previous divorces.The experts claim their theory can tell in advance that some couples are up to five times more likely to end up getting divorced than others.Meanwhile, US President Barack Obama, 48, and wife Michelle, 45, may have only a three-year difference in age but have been married for 17 years.But the study may not be welcomed by Michael Douglas, 65, and his 40-year-old wife Catherine Zeta-Jones – the research suggests a marriage is more likely to fail if only one partner has been previously divorced, and Douglas was married once before.Statistics are hard to come by for other countries, but it’s safe to guess that the average rate would be somewhere between 60-80%.70% sounds like a big number for American couples, but it actually gets worse for men who marry college educated women.According to the above-mentioned study, “As a woman’s earning capacity increases relative to her husband’s, it may be in her interest to seek out another spouse more equal in ability and earning power who will simply be a better companion or more comfortable with her high ambitions for herself” (Sweeney, 1997).² Personally speaking, I know a few married couples where the woman is earning a lot more than the man and their relationship is fine.However, if the relationship is problematic and the woman is earning more, there will definitely be a higher chance of break up or divorce.

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Five years later they followed up 1,074 of the couples to see which had separated.

Using the data collected about their age, education, nationality and previous relationships, they found the factors that many of those who broke up had in common.

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