Are people taking marriage less seriously as divorce rates rise? As divorce rates in the United States rise it seems that two groups of people
Cultures that aspire to create relationships after couples marry are those with institutionalized practices of pragmatic marriage. Cultures that come to think that marriages should only be tried once a short-term compatibility already exists adopt romantic marriages. There are no grounds for saying that either method is more correct or that either set of ideas about marriage is more right. Most criticism of the "other" form of marriage to what one person accepts is based on misunderstanding, assumptions about marriage made from different cultural starting-points and personal ignorance about what different groups of people consider marriage to be.
This version of How to Become a Divorce Lawyer was reviewed by Clinton M. Sandvick, . on June 26, 2017.
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