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The number of married couples with children under age 18 shrank by 12 percent, from 24 million in 1990 to 21 million by 2000. During the same period, however, the number of married couples with no children at home will grow by 21 percent while the number of married couples will grow by 6 percent. Married couples represented just 48 percent of American households in 2010—slightly less than in 2000, but way below the 78 percent of 1950. The 2010 Census shows that married couples with children under age 18 represent only 22% of the total households. More couples now cohabitate to eventually marry and more couples divorce. Many families stay unmarried but raise kids anyway.

Is the traditional 'married couples with children' lifestyle on its way to becoming extinct?
Is the traditional 'married couples with children' lifestyle on its way to becoming extinct?


It’s easy to see why marriages are set up to fail when each partner puts all his eggs in a single basket, with the partner being the sole need filler—a ridiculous expectation.

41% of first marriages in the U.S. end in divorce
41% of first marriages in the U.S. end in divorce


It’s easy to see why marriages are set up to fail when each partner puts all his eggs in a single basket, with the partner being the sole need filler—a ridiculous expectation
It’s easy to see why marriages are set up to fail when each partner puts all his eggs in a single basket, with the partner being the sole need filler—a ridiculous expectation