Superstition? No: Science: There seems to be a connection between the wedding day and a possible divorce! And these days are particularly ominous:
Those who say yes, want to be bound forever. But often it's only a few years, even if you don't want to admit it in the romantic moment.
Therefore, everything is done to avoid being part of the divorce statistics. Then you should probably skip a few days in the calendar to get married: A research team from the University of Melbourne in Australia has discovered a connection between the wedding date and divorces.
How long a marriage lasts apparently also depends on when a couple gets married. That is the finding of the study, for which the marriage and divorce registers of the Netherlands were analyzed for 14 years: Especially marriages that were concluded on Valentine's Day or on so-called "schnapps numbers" (such as on 2011-11-11) only lasted very short.
Statistical outliers? Conicidence? Or particularly stormy, romantic or rash marriages just to secure the popular date? Unfortunately, there was no explanation included with the study, but we are sure: There were completely different reasons for a separation than the date of the marriage …