Those of us born before 1990 can still remember the days before laptops, tablets, smartphones, and Facebook took over the world. Our lives are now dominated by the internet, whether we use it for school, work, shopping, news, or social networking. Today, more than one-third of American marriages get their start online. The shocking part? People who meet online and marry are more likely to have more satisfying marriages, which are less likely to end in divorce.
- Your spouse turns out to be incurably impotent, which was known to him at the time you decided to get married;
- Your spouse was convicted of a felony and forgot to tell you about it before you got married;
- Your spouse has a child with another, or fathered a child born to a woman other than the wife within ten months after the date of marriage;
- Your spouse was a prostitute prior to marriage and again, forgot to tell you about it.
Are you ready for marriage, but hesitant because of lingering student loans or low income? Read on about why marriage rates in America are at an all-time low, and the things you should consider before tying the knot.
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