Are you dealing with a child's ADHD diagnosis? Do you think you're smarter than your spouse? If so, statistically speaking, your marriage has a better chance of ending up in divorce court. Those are just a couple of the odd and interesting factors culled by "Good Housekeeping" that make you more likely to get divorced. Below are a few more:

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    The Bride Had Cold Feet

    If the bride got nervous and almost called off or ran out on the wedding, the risk of divorce more than doubles.

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    Young Love

    You got married in your early 20's, or after age 32.

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    She's Older

    Women who are one to three years older than their husbands are 53% more likely to end the marriage.

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    Divorce Runs In The Family

    If your parents are divorced, you're at least 40% more likely to do the same. And if they got remarried, you have a 91% likelihood of getting divorced.

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    You Have Two Daughters

    Parents who have two sons face a nearly 37% risk of divorce, but having two daughters ups your chances to 43%. Researchers think it happens because fathers get more invested in family life when they have boys.

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    When one person spends too much and continually runs up charges, divorce can be as much 45% more likely.

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    The Wife Makes More Money

    If the wife makes 60% or more of the family income, the risk of divorce is double that of couples where she doesn't work at all.

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    You Lived Together Before Getting Married

    Multiple studies have determined that living together before marriage gives you about a 12% higher probability that your marriage will fail.

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    One of You Smokes

    When only one person in a relationship smokes, they're 75% to 91% more likely to split than smokers who are married to another smoker.