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Jaya, a journalist, is now married to a man she broke up with — twice.
The first time happened when Jaya was 16 and Matt was 17.
from the Journal of Adolescent Research found that 44% of young adults ages 17 to 24 have gotten back together with an ex in the last two years.
Gifts also factor in, both those already purchased and wrapped that are meant for the soon-to-be-departing, and those the one doing the breaking-up expects to receive.
Someone looking forward to getting a Wii or a Play Station for Christmas may, for example, delay ending things until the goodie is in his or her hands.
Unless you've been too wrapped up in your Instagram and Twitter feeds, I'm sure you've noticed that all of your obnoxiously coupled-up friends are suddenly single or on the way to being single right now. Of course, it has to do with how f*cked up we are about dating, definitely.
Average modern relationships statistically last just two years and nine months. This is directly correlated with a high use of social media.
Married couples that were introduced online are three times more likely to divorce that those who initially met in-person.