Married women lonelier than married men, but separated men lonelier than separated women: study

Married women lonelier than married men, but separated men lonelier than separated women: study

A study has found paradoxically that married women are lonelier than married men, but once they separate, the men are lonelier than the women. However, with the men, it pays to earn more money. Not surprisingly, men who earn more are less lonely than men who earn less.

For details of the study, reported in the Australian, click here.

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