According to an article posted on the Huffington Post's website, A new study published in "Psychological Science" found that broken marriages can kill at the same rate as cigarette smoking.

The study, titled "Divorce and Death," found that the risk of dying is 23 percent higher among divorcees than their married counterparts.  

David Sbarra and Paul Nietert, authors of the study, believe that the higher death risk among divorcees may be due to the stress of financial difficulties or continual conflict that are often associated with divorce.

"There is something uniquely difficult about remaining separated or divorced that accelerates time of death."

The study did find that outcomes vastly improve when a divorcee leaves a broken marriages and finds a new way to be happy.

If you or someone you know is facing divorce, contact The Law Offices of Molly B. Kenny to guide you through the divorce process.
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