Category: humanities and social sciences

Conjugal Love Rocks

Here's YET ANOTHER article supporting natural law and Catholic teaching (see my archives for more). Women Enjoy Best Sex Within Marriage "LONDON (Reuters) – Forget forbidden flings and passionate one night stands, it's married women who enjoy the best sex." "Two thirds of married women say the best sex they've had is with their husband, …

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Love and Marriage

Good and Bad Marriage, Boon and Bane to Health By SHARON LERNER In the early 1970’s, demographers began to notice a strange pattern in life span data: married people tended to live longer than their single, divorced and widowed counterparts. The so-called marriage benefit persists today, with married people generally less likely to have surgery …

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Marriage: It Does a Mind Good

Men and Women Get Mental Boost from Marriage "LONDON (Reuters) – Women, as well as men, benefit from marriage and get a mental health boost from being a couple, new study findings suggest. Research from Australia, which shows that about 13 percent of married men and women suffer from stress, contradicts the findings of a …

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Even More on Marriage

There seems to have been a flurry of research related to the study of what makes for good marriages. The results are, I'm pleased to say, in accordance with natural law AND the teachings of the Catholic Church. It's time for the prodigal son (secular society) to come home after learning hard leasons in "the …

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More About Marriage

U.S. Compiles Divorce Statistics By LAURA MECKLER "One in three marriages will end in divorce during their first 10 years, with certain couples more likely to split up than others, a government survey finds. People who marry young, have less money, are not religious and whose parents are divorced are more likely to divorce themselves.Overall, …

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