Our Conjugal Class Divide

Marriage remains a defining landmark in the lives of more well-off, college-educated Americans. But it is well on the path to obsolescence among the less educated, poor, and working class. In other words, marriage adds another dimension to the nation’s inequality, one that both explains and perpetuates America’s divisions. Read this fascinating article from American Compass below.

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In a recent Barna survey, working mothers shared with Barna that they are feeling overwhelmed, navigating workplace shifts and desiring time to prioritize self-care, findings we’ll take a closer look at in this article.
Two trends have long made it a challenge for couples to maintain a strong connection over the course of their marriage. Couples tend to get progressively more comfortable with each other over time. At the same time, the burdens they are asked to carry get heavier and heavier.

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