What Time of Year are Relationships the Most Likely to Break Up?

When the weather turns cold so do many relationships.  It's called the "relationship freeze" as many couples break up, or decide to around the holidays.  Divorce attorneys see an uptick in business in January, immediately following the holiday season. So this shows how temperature effects the cooling of a relationship and why you want your relationship to stay hot, or at least warm!

One in three teenagers have experienced violence in a dating relationship.

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