If we measure by the lowest number of divorces, traditionalists and millennials have the best marriages. If we measure by most children, Generation X outperforms baby boomers. But that question is as unlikely to succeed as the TV show that prompted it. It is more important for people to win in their own marriage that a relationship has the grace to compensate for imperfections and love to overcome challenges.
From the questions the show prompted my children to ask, “Which generation has the best marriages? it's the funniest thing, but so what? “What can each generation learn from the others? is the question they talked about the most. That question can make better marriages. If you want to make sure you have a long and healthy marriage, Rome, Italy, is your best option. The country has a divorce rate of only 30.7 percent (which is really impressive considering that most countries are around 50) and has an average duration of 18 years.
Ottawa, Canada, and Paris, France, complete the top three. Surprisingly, Paris, known as the City of Love, its divorce rates skyrocketed more than 40 percent in recent years (it now has a 55 percent divorce rate). No, NPH marriage advice is not, disguise yourself (although we have to admit it's good advice from time to time, too). In our relationship, communication is very important, says of actor husband David Burtka.
Good friends of ours said, 'You have to talk about it', and if that means raising your voice, you have to raise your voice. Know where you stand instead of letting things pile up, I guess, he told Entertainment Tonight. The love story of the famous showbiz single couple Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn is worthy of the big screen. Although they have starred together in romantic feature films like Swing Shift and Overboard, according to PopSugar, their “relationship almost never happened thanks to their age difference (she was 21 years old; he was 1.Thirty-seven years and a blended family later, we would say the relationship was worth the wait.