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Is It Possible to Balance Work, Family and Love?

Nearly all US couples believe that it is possible to have a career, raise a healthy family, and stay in love, but does data support this ideolody? Check out this article by Barna for a breakdown of statistics and helpful insight for making it work.

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The U.S. Divorce Rate Has Hit A 50-Year Low But It’s Not All Good News

We live in a tumultuous time. Like all living organisms, love in a marriage needs to be nourished to thrive. What works for one may not work for another, and what worked once may not work now. Therefore, we frequently need to focus on and tend to the health of one’s marriage and not take its existence or our spouse for granted. Check out this article with some simple and practical tips for keeping love strong in today's marriages.

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What’s Love Got to Do With a Lasting Marriage?

We live in a tumultuous time. Like all living organisms, love in a marriage needs to be nourished to thrive. What works for one may not work for another, and what worked once may not work now. Therefore, we frequently need to focus on and tend to the health of one’s marriage and not take its existence or our spouse for granted. Check out this article with some simple and practical tips for keeping love strong in today's marriages.

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What Holiday Stress Means For Couples

Statistics following this years pandemic are predicting a decrease in the number of divorces, since spouses are able to spend more time together working on issues. To read more, check out the link below.

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Divorce Is Down During COVID-19

Statistics following this years pandemic are predicting a decrease in the number of divorces, since spouses are able to spend more time together working on issues. To read more, check out the link below.

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Marriages Between Democrats and Republicans Are Extremely Rare

Interfaith marriages are far more common than that of marriages between two individuals of opposing political parties. Studies are showing that only 4% of people willingly marry into marriages with different political affiliations. To read more about these interesting statistics, click the link below.

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22 Percent of Millennials Say They Have “No Friends”

VOX – Today, members of the millennial generation are ages 23 to 38. These ought to be prime years of careers taking off and starting families, before joints really begin to ache. Yet as a recent poll and some corresponding research indicate, there’s something missing for many in this generation: companionship.

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The Crisis of American Loneliness

THE WEEK – According to a recent YouGov survey, some 30 percent of American millennials say that they are "lonely." More than 20 percent report that they have no friends; a quarter claim to have no close ones. Many even insist that they have no "acquaintances," which should, one hopes, be impossible. But I wonder. For even younger people, in so-called "Generation Z," the figures are even bleaker.

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