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Andrew Leigh

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Sharon White

I wonder if there are any numbers on getting rid of the kids instead of the spouse. What about sending your kids off to college. That's got to do something for the feeling of wellbeing. I mean even if they flunk, they're not doing it at home.

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It is hard to believe that death of a spouse is the minimum detectable event. Been there, done that and my experience is that the impact is so powerful that it almost made me non functional. Death of child is also right up there on the scale of health impacting events from my family's experience.

Makes one wonder about standard data sets.

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Consistent with common sense, the data demonstrate that the men and women who split up were initially more highly stressed than the norm in the married population

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