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... diverting tens of millions of Americans from marrying, and is increasing the likelihood of divorce for those who marry after living together. My wife and I wrote the ...
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... University of Maryland study which shows that those who marry as virgins have much lower divorce rates? For example, of those who were virgins when they married in ...
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