Tax Prof Blog, referring to an NPR article, writes about the application of data analysis to love and relationships:

[Ty Tashiro’s] recent book, The Science of Happily Ever After, explores what “advances in relationship science” can teach us about the partners we choose. Almost 9 in 10 Americans believe they have a soul mate, says Tashiro, but only 3 in 10 find enduring partnerships that do not end in divorce, separation or chronic unhappiness. Clearly something is going wrong — and it starts with our expectations. …

via TaxProf Blog: Applying Moneyball to Dating: Finding Undervalued Traits in a Future Spouse.

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.