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Thailand: Regulation seeks to end child marriages, but…
Sheith Khidhir - The Asean Post, 22 December 2018.
National Human Rights Commissioner Angkhana Neelapai-jit said the Islamic Council’s move was not enough.
Chinese terminology: ‘naked marriage’
The Inquirer, 23 December 2018.
This new term has become popular recently among Chinese netizens and it has a special meaning: getting married without a house, car, diamond ring or a proper wedding ceremony.
Thai Islamic Council bans marriage of children under 17
The Straits Times, 15 December 2018.
Move puts an end to widespread practice of marrying off poor girls in country’s southern provinces.
Australia: is marriage changing?
Caitlin Fitzsimmons - Sydney Morning Herald, 9 December 2018.
Some see evidence of the institution of marriage declining in popularity, but the author considers it as reflective of the fact there’s less social pressure to marry for the sake of it.
Marriage can protect against tribulation
Paul Enck & Nicole Simon - Science Trends, 14 December 2018.
Researchers have now noticed a certain degree of protection against depression.
Marriage gets happier over time
Dan Bates - Daily Mail, 4 December 2018.
Bickering decreases the longer a couple are married and is replaced by humor and understanding, scientists have found.
Low-income parents want a white picket fence before getting married
The Conversation, 28 November 2018.
More money in a paycheck might not be enough to increase marriage rates. When asked why they don’t get married, low-income couples say that there is an “economic bar to marriage.”
Finding love in China’s marriage markets
Layne Vandenberg - The Diplomat, 27 November 2018.
One man’s experience explaining the search for love in China.
Sweden may become latest country to annul child marriages
Saphora Smith - NBC News, 17 November 2018.
Child marriage increases the chances of girls’ dropping out of education, living in poverty and becoming victims of domestic violence.
Finland: Interest in marriage continues to slide, divorce rates remain stable
Yle, 14 november 2018.
Statistics Finland reports that since the 1970s, the average age of people entering into marriage for the first time has risen by seven years.
Marriage, the ultimate marathon
Belinda Mok - The Straits Times - Singapore, 11 November 2018.
The wife of surgeon and marathoner Mok is his biggest supporter and the physiotherapist has grown into an avid runner herself.
Believe it or not, millennials actually like parenting
Janet Manley - Romper, 1 November 2018.
Even as ruminations about mom-guilt, loss of identity, regret, and the death of your sex life after baby proliferate online, many millennial parents feel that parenthood represents a bright spot in a dark world.
Egypt moves to toughen penalties on underage marriage
Ramadan Al Sherbin - Guf News, 27 October 2018.
The Egyptian parliament will debate a draft bill suggesting tougher penalties against underage marriage, as the most populous Arab country is attacked for its population growth.
Child marriage in the US is surprisingly prevalent
Terrence McCoy - The Washington Post, 5 October 2018.
Between 2000 and 2010, an estimated 248,000 children were married, most of whom were girls, some as young as 12, wedding men. Now, under pressure from advocates and amid a nationwide reckoning over gender equality and sexual misconduct, states have begun ending exceptions.
Going to therapy before marriage to get help dealing with their in-laws
Shana Lebowitz - Business Insider, 23 September 2018.
Research suggests that women are more likely than men to experience tension with their in-laws.
Marriage means taking risks
Lucy Denyer - The Telegraph, 16 September 2018.
Think your son or daughter likes a drink? They’re virtually teetotal compared to millenial teens – only half of 18-24-year olds will have had a drink in the past week, compared with 78 per cent in the year 2000.
10 marriage & relationship busters
David O. Saenz - Psych Central, 8 September 2018.
Marriage isn’t hard necessarily, but it becomes harder when people “go stupid.”
Marriage brings its own benefits
Ruth Emery - The Sunday Times, 9 September 2018.
Why should people who are prepared to make the commitment and keep to the rules end up with the same as those who don’t?
The long-distance marriage that’s built to last
Sue Shellenbarger - The Wall Street Journal, 14 August 2018.
More married couples are living in different cities — but it takes work to keep the relationship healthy while apart.
Malaysia: eliminating child marriages requires a shift in mindset
Puteri Nor Ariane Yasmin and Puteri Amida Afsha Afzan - New Strait Times, 15 August 2018.
The topic of child marriage has once again thrust Malaysia into the spotlight, especially after the social media uproar over the marriage between an 11-year-old Thai girl and a 41-year-old man from Kelantan.
You 2.0: when did marriage become so hard?
NPR, 13 August 2018.
Social psychologist Eli Finkel says the way to improve marriage may be to expect less of it.
How to keep kids from eroding your marriage
Shana Lebowitz - Business Insider, 5 August 2018.
Marriage typically gets harder after you have kids, but it is important to prioritize your spouse and your relationship even after you become a parent.
Marriage now a symbol of class status in US
The Hill, 16 July 2018.
Young adults started their careers during the Great Recession or after the recession, according to a demographic researcher for the US Census Bureau.
South Africa: plan your marriage before you plan your wedding
Phoenix Sun, 7 July 2018.
As children, we read the fairy tales about the prince who finds his princess, they fall in love and live happily ever after.
Why we need more superheroic marriages
Hase Magnett - Comic Book, 6 July 2018.
Following some serious moments of matrimony (or “batrimony”) at both of the major superhero publishers, it’s time to take a serious look at how marriage functions in superhero comics today.
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