Despite the fact thatĀ Florida divorcesĀ are much more common than they have been in previous decades, there is also good reason to say that, statistically, families are stronger today than they have been for a very long time. Why? Because mothers and fathers are spending more time with their kids than in previous generations. And, incidentally, the divorce rate has at least stopped increasing. A recent study from the University of San Diego called “The Rug Rat Race,” by Garry and Valerie A. Ramey, examined the statistics of how much time parents are spending with children. The study found that college-educated parents are spending more time overall with their children than parents without college. College-educated mothers increased hours spent with childrent[…]