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    Separation Anxiety

    From YourTango

    Experts say that our current economic crisis can cause marital tension, which may ultimately lead to an increase in cheating but not in divorce. This is because couples are, more often than not, choosing to stay together to avoid the financial woes associated with divorce, particularly dividing assets.

    According to Noel Biderman, CEO of AshleyMadison.com, a dating website for married people, users openly admit that their marriage is over and that they're just riding out the economic storm. "We're not a recession-proof business; we're a recession-growth business," says Biderman. "Who wants to pay $40,000 for a divorce when you can pay $49 for an affair?"
    Separation Anxiety
    From YourTango Experts say that our current economic crisis can cause marital tension, which may...
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    The Guinness Effect

    All the world's a stage for British brewery heiress Daphne Guinness, whose haute couture collection is being exhibited at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York through Jan. 7, 2012. Eccentric designs by the likes of Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Gareth Pugh and Nina Ricci will showcase the extreme individual style of this fearless fashion risk-taker, who boasts a wardrobe collection of over 2,500 pieces. Now that's a closet we can get behind!
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    The Guinness Effect
    All the world's a stage for British brewery heiress Daphne Guinness, whose haute couture collection...
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    School For Scandal

    From YourTango

    College-life dating may be associated more with hooking up than with old-fashioned courting, but a new study shows that either students are very modest about their private lives or that their chatter about these casual encounters is mostly lip service. According to researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 84 percent of students had talked with friends about hookups in the past four months, but when asked how many such encounters they've had, "students reported far fewer for himself or herself than what they assumed a 'typical student' had experienced."

    Students also don't agree on what a "hookup" actually is. In another study, 94 percent of respondents knew the term, but one-third said its meaning varies person to person. Researchers settled on this: "a sexual encounter between two people who are not in a dating or serious relationship and do not expect anything further." How romantic, young love.
    School For Scandal
    From YourTango College-life dating may be associated more with hooking up than with old-fashioned...

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