The Loose Women Discuss Why They Think Women Are Better At Break-Ups | Loose Women

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New research suggests that, contrary to popular belief, men are often more emotionally attached in their marriages than women and so are “more vulnerable if they lose them”. A Daily Mail article has claimed that this supports the idea that women handle divorce better than men. In fact, divorced men are prone to deeper depressions and more likely to drink excessively. But do our panel feel that this statement is true?

From series 26, broadcast on 26/01/22

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The 3,000th episode of Loose Women was broadcast on 15 May 2018.

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