Do many people marry their high school sweethearts? Meeting a long-time love as a teenager
This is completely unscientific, but I would have to say no. When you are a teenager, it is impossible to know what you will be like your 20's, 30's and beyond. So, to meet a life-long partner in your formative years seems pretty unlikely to me. In fact ...
In the Season of Marriage, a Question. Why Bother?
IT’S surprising how many people still marry ... 88 percent of 35- to 44-year-old women with four-year college degrees have married, compared with 79 percent of those without high-school diplomas. In fact, young adults without college degrees are ...
High School Sweethearts Reunite After 30 Years Apart
The pair did split, though, and both went on to marry different people. Atkins never threw away the love ... It sounds cheesy, but I knew he was the one for me." The high school sweethearts now live together and plan to marry -- and McGurk is still writing ...
Should You Marry Your High-School Sweetheart?
Classmate couples scored slightly lower than those who met at church. Those who met in school were also less likely to divorce than people who met in any other setting (aside from eHarmony, of course, at least according to its own data). One statistical ...
High School Sweethearts' Reunion Prompts Man to Lose 275 Lbs.
When Lee Jordan met up with his high school girlfriend, Beth Schwein ... boy with a full head of hair she'd fallen in love with. "People look at you with sadness. Horror. Pity," Jordan, now 50, tells PEOPLE. "And this was the love of my life.