It is no secret that people are modeling their relationships, forced to copy the behavior of their parents. This factor is often cited as one of the main reasons of many divorces. But is it really?
A group of scientists from the University of Virginia together with colleagues from Lund University have analyzed the fate of Swedish children put up for adoption and had no contact with their biological parents.
Grow up and get a life partner, they built the marriage relationship is not in the image and likeness of the foster family, as one would expect and exactly as it did in the time of their “blood” mom and dad. Scientists came to the conclusion that children conceived in tandem, subsequently dispersed in the future are more likely to divorce their partner.
Almost all previous studies have highlighted that the propensity to divorce is transmitted from generation to generation only because of the “psychological” programming environment in which a child grows.