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The Benefits Of Marraige

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Marriage on the rocks? Thinking of divorce? View this slide first because you need to know the benefits of marriage. We can help at thrivingcouples.com. See also thrivingmen.com

Marriage on the rocks? Thinking of divorce? View this slide first because you need to know the benefits of marriage. We can help at thrivingcouples.com. See also thrivingmen.com

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  • 1. Marriage on the rocks?Photo by Mikebaird on flickr.com
  • 2. Thinkingaboutdivorce? Photo by o5com on flickr.com
  • 3. Lets slow down for a moment From istockphoto.com
  • 4. And consider . . . Photo by Kevin Dooley on flickr.com
  • 5. Photo by Seanmcgrath on flickr.com
  • 6. “Both married men and married women feel healthier than those who are divorced, separated, or widowed.” Waite and GallagherPhoto by Leoncillo Sabino on flickr.com
  • 7. Photo by erix! on flickr.com
  • 8. Photo by aloshbennett on flickr.com
  • 9. “Married men and married women are both significantly more satisfied with sex than cohabiting or single men and women." Waite and GallagherPhoto by Ariadna Bruna on flickr.com
  • 10. Photo by Balaji Dutt on flickr.com
  • 11. "Married sex really is better sex. Over the long run, there is nobetter strategy for achieving great sex than binding oneself toan equally committed mate.” Waite and GallagherPhoto by aussiegall on flickr.com
  • 12. “Married couples are far more affluent, on average, than singles.” Waite and GallagherCaroline Lancaster, from The Noun Project
  • 13. "Divorce more than doubles the probability that a personwould move from a non-poor to poor neighborhood." FamilyFacts.orgPhoto by Neubie on flickr.com
  • 14. Oh . . . And let’s not forget the children!oto by downing.amanda on flickr.com
  • 15. Yeah . . . They do better toooto by downing.amanda on flickr.com
  • 16. "On average, children of married parents are physically and mentally healthier, better educated, and later in life, enjoy more career success than children in other family settings." Waite and GallagherPhoto by Hani Eriani on flickr.com
  • 17. Do you still feel. . .
  • 18. unhappy Photo by Alex E. Proimos on flickr.com
  • 19. alonePhoto by ~Brenda-Starr~ on flickr.com
  • 20. Photo by VinothChandar on flickr.com
  • 21. We Can Help Restore Your Marriage! Photo by Armchair Aviator on flickr.com