It’s a decision every woman has to make before getting married: Whether to change her name.
This Guy makes a movie out of THE PROPOSAL! Hollywood couldn’t write a script better than this!
Last week we did a Good Question inspired by the separation of former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife Maria Shriver. We talked about the phenomenon of older, long-time married couples getting divorced. But now we know why this couple split.
New data from the 2010 Census shows that married couples no longer make up the majority of households in the Twin Cities area.
When news broke that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver were splitting, it came as a shock. Married for 25 years, why split up now? It’s the same reaction many had with Al and Tipper Gore. So why are more couples getting divorced after spending so much time together?
When most people get married, part of that commitment is the ring. “With this ring, I thee wed,” so it goes.
Twelve years ago, inside the Basilica of St. Mary, a 22-year-old kid put a gold ring on my 23-year-old finger. I did the same. We’ve both sported wedding rings almost every hour of every day since.
Hennepin County prosecutors finished their review of Denny Hecker’s over-the-phone marriage to Christi Rowan-Hecker and have decided not to file charges, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office announced Friday.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says it will decide by Monday whether the wedding between former auto mogul Denny Hecker and Christi Rowan-Hecker was legal.
Silence can be golden, but not in a marriage, according to Dr. John Buri, a University of St. Thomas professor.
Jason DeRusha hits “reply all” to viewer’s good questions.
On Thursday night, the St. Paul Winter Carnival kicks off its 125th year, but the celebration also marks another milestone for a White Bear Lake couple — their silver anniversary.
A pastor who was in the room with the girlfriend of a fallen auto dealer last week has declined to say whether he was there to marry the jailed man.
In Minnesota, a happy couple gets married every 17 minutes. And every 35 minutes, an unhappy couple gets divorced. When it comes time to dissolve a marriage, who’s pulling the plug: men or women?
Divorce is a real part of life. But I was wondering about who files for divorce more often: is it men or women? Who pulls the plug? And why?