Valentine's Day weddings more likely to end in divorce, experts claim

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Feb 12, 2018, 3:04 pm IST
Updated Feb 12, 2018, 3:12 pm IST
Find out why it may ruin your fairy tale romance.
Valentine's Day weddings more likely to end in divorce. (Photo: Pixabay)
 Valentine's Day weddings more likely to end in divorce. (Photo: Pixabay)

February 14 may be the most romantic day on the planet and yet it spells dooms for some couples, according to researchers.

A new study has found that couples that get married on Valentine's Day are more likely to get divorced, the Daily Mail reported.

 

University of Melbourne researchers found couples have a 37% of ending their marriage and 45% are less likely to make it three years.  The study examined almost 1.1 million Dutch weddings.

Researchers say this may be due to an impulsive nature. Data revealed couples that chose Valentine’s Day weddings most likely lived together for a short period before tying the not.

"The chance to marry on a special date could increase the net attractiveness of a wedding and lead to quicker and lower-quality marriage commitments, on average, which might increase the vulnerability of the resulting marriages," researchers of the study are quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.

The study was originally published in the Journal of Population Economics.

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