Families involved in religious activities tend to be happier, more stable, and less abusive than other families, new studies have found. One study discovered that men who attend religious services regularly are 72% less likely to abuse their female partners, which adds to a family’s overall sense of stability and well-being.
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Are Family and Faith Staging a Comeback?

Despite troubling societal trends like a decline in marriage and a baby bust, proponents of family and faith find cause for optimism, citing evidence that their values contribute to well-being. Research suggests that religious involvement correlates with various positive outcomes, from lower mortality rates to greater happiness.

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