Marriage Lessons from An Unlikely Source

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It has often been said that a wise man learns from his mistakes. It could be stated that a really wise man learns from the mistakes—and successes—of others.

Cohabitation (couples living together without being married) is on the rise. According to one recent study about one-half of U.S .college graduates and three-fourths of non-college grads cohabit prior to marriage. The rate has doubled in a generation.

Though this living arrangement is now considered “normal”, cohabiting couples usually do not end up marrying, ...

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It’s an Urge, Not an Identity

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The TLC program, “My Husband is Not Gay” is sure to set off a firestorm. The one-hour program, which first aired Sunday evening, focuses on four LDS men in Salt Lake City who experience same-sex attraction (SSA) but who choose to be in committed, monogamous relationships with their wives and not act upon any urges to the contrary.

Over 125,000 signatures have already been collected online, urging TLC not to show the program. Josh Sanders, author of the petition, said that ...

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Facebook is Not Your Friend

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Research from the US, Great Britton, Germany, Belgium and Sweden all support the same conclusion: time spent on Facebook is a poor investment in your own happiness.

The “social media” phenomenon is not really new. Before Facebook came MySpace, Bebo and a few other online services aimed at accomplishing the same thing—keeping people connected across space and time.

Perhaps Facebook’s greatest innovation was to call members of one’s social network “friends”, making it seem much warmer and friendly to potential users. After ...

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