As I was looking at the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center, I ran across this interesting study called the Heart Chart. Drs. Les and Leslie Parrot from the TwoofUs.org have done some extensive research and created this Heart Chart.
The Heart Chart reveals what you are saying about love and marriage and provides you with customized information related specifically to your marriage mindset.
Why is this important? With the U.S. divorce rate is at an all-time high, with half of all marriages ending in divorce or permanent separation. A broad consensus has emerged among researchers that changes in the American family structure have had significant negative impacts on the well-being of children as well as adults. Previous research has shown that the implications for children who experience the divorce of their parents include elevated risk for conduct disorders and psychological problems; low self-esteem; a greater likelihood of obtaining a lower level of education and lower-status jobs; and greater potential to experience trouble in their own marriages.
Individuals between the ages of 18-30 are looking for partners who fit into their lifestyles and complement their personal goals and individual needs, but many are not confident that they possess the tools to attain this goal.
Before you get serious, take this quiz (see link below), to see where your partner’s heart is?
Here is the key to my Heart!
I would love to hear what sort of Heart you are.