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AARP: Feminism strength in relationships

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) asserts in a recent article on its website about older men dating women their own age that feminism and liberalism in Baby Boomer women give them “hard-won inner strength in relationships.” It says that “Boomer women are strong” and describes them marching, storming and demanding – the type of behavior you might look for in a front-line soldier but which few men look for in a lover. 57 more words


Marriage...I Do..I Do...I Don't!

I had a conversation with a friend the other day, about marriage.  I think she walked away with the belief that I do not believe in marriage, but that is far from what I was trying to convey. 594 more words

Canadian Divorce Rate 1986-2008

Canadian divorce rates “Fluctuating between 35% and 42%, the proportion of marriages projected to end in divorce has remained relatively stable during the last 20 years. 16 more words


Mahwige...mahwige is what bwings us togephaw today

It seems like every day another A-list celeb announces a divorce from their equally well-known partner. Why? Is it the stress? Did they really grow apart? 634 more words


You May Have Heard That The Divorce Rate In The Church Is 50%… Get Ready To Be Shocked.

Retrieved from: Western Journalism
By: Matt Barber

Photo credit: shutterstock.com

This is a game-changer. Talk about “an old wives’ tale.” You’ve heard it said that 1) 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce; 2) most marriages that do happen to make it are, nonetheless, unhappy, and 3) Christians are just as likely to divorce as non-believers. 836 more words


How common is divorce in New Jersey?

Every state has its own divorce laws that can affect how a divorce plays out, and depending on how difficult it is to divorce, it may lead to fewer couples divorcing in that particular state. 300 more words

Divorce Laws

New study: regular churchgoers and married people most satisfied with their love life

This article from Science Daily.


Regular churchgoers, married people or those who enjoy harmonious social ties are most satisfied with their love life. This also goes for people who are currently in love or who experience the commitment and sexual desire of their partners, says Félix Neto and Maria da Conceição Pinto of the Universidade do Porto in Portugal.

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