1. Love, Actually: Teaching Generation Y The Basics Of A Strong Relationship, New York Times
Their romance operandi — hooking up and hanging out — flouts the golden
rule of what makes marriages and love work: emotional vulnerability.
2. What's The Secret To A Long And Lasting Marriage? (VIDEO), Fox News
and unwed childbearing cost US taxpayers a whooping 112 billion dollars
every year and is costing our country in more ways than one.
3. Candy And Flowers: Romance Alive And Well Among Young Couples, Washington Times
"The fact that we know we can really help couples succeed in their relationship together is encouraging, said Ms. Howell.
“As young couples gain access to these classes, it really helps build
[their] confidence that we, as a young couple, can make it together.”
4. Forever Valentine: Study Shows Marriage Gets Better In Old Age, UC Berkley News Center
The emotional story for long-term marriages is really quite positive.
People who get through the first 15 years of marriage learn to value
5. Marriage Education Programs Can Help Low-income Families But Need Bolstering, Report Says, Deseret News
The interventions are especially crucial for children because kids in
unstable families "suffer physically, have mental health issues, they're
lonelier, and just like the intergenerational cycle of poverty, there's
intergenerational transmission of divorce," said Hawkins.
6. Culture Of Divorce, Wealth Of Options Conspire To Keep Singles Single, Knox News
One is cultural, he said, as the first generation of children to grow up
witnessing mass divorce (now in their 20s and 30s) worry that
relationships are so risky that they constantly hedge their bets.
7. Map: The Countries That Feel the Most Love in the World, The Atlantic
That last stat comes from what the economist Justin Wolfers has described as "the most comprehensive global index of love ever constructed."
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