Finish reading this blog and increase your chances of staying married happily ever after
Is it because this blog has the secret for a happy marriage? No. If I knew the secret, you’d be paying to read this blog and I’d be making a ton of money.
The reason I can say your chances of staying married increase is based on statistics.
If you’re reading this, you’re working at getting a college degree. Couples with higher education tend to stay married. By the time you finish reading this blog you’ll be a few minutes older. Statistics say the older you are when you first get married, the better your chances of staying married. The other factor? Economic stability.
This picture is from my son and daughter-in-law’s wedding on the side of Mt Hood. (That’s Mt. Jefferson in the distance). They are bucking the odds. They both earned advanced degrees. Both are in their early 30s. They pull in a good income. He’s a lawyer. She’s in the medical field. They have a lot in common.
Oh, and they love each other; a lot.
Wait until you’re 25 to tie the knot (but it’s no guarantee)
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