After polling 1,000 Americans who had moved in the past three years, the survey found that 45% of respondents said that moving is more stressful than going through a breakup or divorce (44%), getting married (33%), or having children (31%). If you had to choose, what would you say is the most stressful event in life? A new survey revealed that it's not about having children or even starting a new job, but about moving. The survey asked 1,000 Americans who moved in the past three years about their experiences and the growth issues that go forward entails. Whether they made their most recent move or hired a moving service, 45 percent of respondents said that moving is by far the most stressful event in life.
The main stress points of an independent move included moving your furniture through doors, followed closely by swinging furniture up and down the stairs. The stress of a moving relationship can take all kinds of forms when a couple plans to move or after arriving somewhere new. You can discuss what to wear and what to leave behind. How the move should be handled.
A new survey of 1,000 Americans found that the most stressful event in life is moving. Regardless of who moved them from point A to point B, the survey found that the most stressful parts of the move were packing their belongings (48 percent), followed closely by deciding what to keep and what to dispose of or donate from their homes (47 percent). To that end, 94% of Americans who used a moving company for their last big move say it was “worth every penny. Whether the company moves or not, respondents say packing their belongings (48%) is the most stressful aspect of moving.
When researchers asked 2000 people in the UK who had moved in the past three years about stressful life events, 61% rated the move as more stressful than anything else they had experienced, even more than divorce.