Gender Differences From Comparative Optimism

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This article shows gender differences from comparative optimism comparing it to personal optimism for experiencing a happy marriage or avoiding divorce depending if it was optimism or comparative optimism. The articles used four samples using unmarried college students compared it to men and women as the result it indicated that men have a greater comparative optimism than women when it comes to a happy marriage but not when it comes to divorce. Then when it came to personal optimism men also result greater with having a happy marriage and avoiding divorce. The article than examined whether people who experienced parents that had a divorce would result differently with comparative optimism, personal reasoning of a happy marriage or avoiding divorce for men and women. The results were examined also on risk recognition and gender differences when it came to romantic relationship between men and women. Malachi 2:16 gives a clear understanding that God hates divorce. In comparison to the research that was examined it’s important that we value marriage from a Christian point of view and not a worldly view.

Will I Divorce or Have a Happy Marriage? : Gender
Differences in Comparative Optimism and Estimation of
Personal Chances Among U.S. College Students The Summary
This article shows gender differences from comparative optimism comparing it to personal optimism for experiencing a happy marriage or avoiding divorce depending if it was optimism or comparative optimism. Research…
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