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35 year old female liberal video maker/ blogger gets hit in the face by “the wall”. Proceeds to rationalize and hamster the shit out of if. Bonus- comment section is pure gold

Youtube comments restore my faith in humanity. At least people out there aren't fooled by BS as much as we think.

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Just another AWALT story for your reading pleasure

The grass always looks greener on the other side. But the last time I read a story about a woman who did this in a marriage (against her own family's advice), she ended up childless and unmarried and full of regrets.

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Why the Divorce : Marriage Ratio is far more important than Absolute Rates

Stay away from all the media and you'll be normal. It's full of horseshit from the movies to the sitcoms and the cartoons to the news and newspapers.

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Why the Divorce : Marriage Ratio is far more important than Absolute Rates

From my observations of numerous families (including my own extended relatives), I'd peg the number at less than 10%. The rest of the successful ones are often held together by kids and families, old age and the investments made over the years - but it is not really attraction at any level that's keeping them together.

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Why the Divorce : Marriage Ratio is far more important than Absolute Rates

And while men are trying that, women have much easier access to sperm banks, and then suing the donor for child support. Don't donate to sperm banks guys. The lesbians just love 'em.

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Why the Divorce : Marriage Ratio is far more important than Absolute Rates

I am not surprised by the 40% statistic in highly affluent urban areas in India actually. I have been there, there are lots of Indians in US universities, not to mention IT (or the fact that both Google and Microsoft have one at the top), and in each of their families and their next door neighbours as well there's at least one divorce. The older gen used to be the "stay till death even if...[More]

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