Eighty-seven percent of surveyed women who married at 18–24 years old, divorced after 0-5 years of marriage.These women are eager to move forward with their lives after early mistakes.Women who married between the ages 25-34, seem to be more willing to hang on a bit longer, with 50% divorcing after 0-5 years and 38% leaving after 6-10 years.
In February 2019, Worthy invitedits community of divorced women to participate in a studyto understand how theyfeel about and approach dating after divorcein 2019.
Notonly has thedating world changedfor many of these womensince they were lastsingle but the influence of female voicesin society has evolvedas well.
Tamsen Fadal Eleven-time Emmy award-winning journalist, anchor of the PIX11 News in New York Dr. Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® Worthy’s clients, newsletter subscribers and social media followers were among the 1,719 women from across the United States that participated in this survey.
Gladys Frankel Clinical Psychologist, relationship expert Jackie Pilossoph Creator of Divorced Girl Karen D. To help better understand their dating readiness, the survey asked for the ages of the participants as well as how long they had been married and at what age they got divorced.
There appears to be a high level of excitement and hopefulness when it comes to dating again that is empowering for divorced women to be in control of their future happiness.
The study indicates 65% of women are dating within the first year of being separated or divorced.
This means that an overwhelming 78% of the women have already started thinking about dating by the time the divorce papers are signed.
At what point did you start considering dating again?
There is no magic number of years to be married when it comes to knowing if you will divorce or not.
While it may seem that more women are marrying later in life, plenty of women are still entering matrimony in the 20-30 age range, as indicated in the survey results.
Worthy, an online auction marketplace,conducted the study in partnership with six divorce and relationshipprofessionals to discover the emotional, financial, psychological thoughts, concerns,and shared wisdomthat will be bothinsightful and helpfulfor women to confidently move on to build happy, healthyrelationships post-divorce.