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The same year Hirshman’s book came out, Caitlin Flanagan, a writer for both The Atlantic and The New Yorker, attempted to give society a stay-at-home mother’s perspective with her book To Hell with All That: Loving and...
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The family is a central part of life in the United States, and marriage remains a top
priority. Ninety-six percent of people in the United States will marry at some point in their
lifetime (Fields, 2004)....
people live longer, suffer less from illness, and recover more quickly. Married people exhibit
fewer risk taking behaviors and suffer less from depression and other psychiatric disorders
(VanDenBerghe, 2000). People who are married...
“The poor are doing it by uncoupling parenthood from marriage, and the financially secure are
doing it by blasting apart their unions if the principals aren’t having fun anymore” (Flanagan,
2009, p. 2). Flanagan (2009) argued...
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analysis. Los Angeles: Sage.
Clements, R. & Swensen, C. H. (2000). Commitment to one’s spouse as a predictor of marital