Marriages are always under construction.
Whether it’s a patch or major renovation, marriages need maintenance. From the psychology behind happy marriages to advice from therapists, University of Tennessee alumni and faculty have made careers out of examining the relationship between spouses.
“Happily ever after” sounds great, but is it possible? James McNulty, associate professor of psychology at UT Knoxville, has dedicated much of his career to revealing the secrets to a happy marriage. Read more »
Alumni couples share stories of how they met on campus. Read more »
The Tennessee Alumnus visited with four professionals who counsel married couples. Three of them are alumni, and the fourth teaches at the UT Health Science Center. They discussed common marital issues and ways to prevent and resolve them. Read more »
Data from the 2010 census compiled by the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) at UT Knoxville shows the percentage of households with married couple families in Tennessee was 48.7, marking the first time the number has dropped below 50 percent in the state. Read more »