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The Fraud of the Rings - Mike Buchanan
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[EAN: 9780955878473], Neubuch, [PU: LPS Publishing], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., The Fraud of the Rings, Mike Buchanan, (This book is also available as an ebook with the same title, and as a hardback, 'The Marriage Delusion: the fraud of the rings?'). Back cover text: Have you struggled to find happiness in your own marriage(s)? If so, you're not alone. You're in the company of countless people around the world who are, or who have been, unhappily married. But have you ever considered that you might just be unsuited to marriage, regardless of your partner? Or even that most people in the developed world in the modern era might be unsuited to marriage? For some years over 50 per cent of marriages across the developed world have ended in divorce, or are predicted to do so in the fullness of time. That's the 'marriage crisis'. And around 50 per cent of the marriages that don't end in divorce are thought to be broadly unhappy. Most of us are deluded when we marry with expectations of long and happy marriages. That's the 'fraud of the rings'. Never has the divorce rate been higher despite an ever-growing army of marriage and relationship counsellors, and countless publications offering advice on how to make a success of marriage. Isn't it time we examined the possibility that individual personal unhappiness, along with the ready availability of divorce, might largely explain the high and rising divorce rate? And explain it better than the customary analysis of a decline in 'traditional values'? This book is the outcome of a British writer's lengthy quest to explore the causes of unhappiness in marriage. He concluded that a number of marriage risk factors make finding happiness in marriage a challenge for most people. And the more risk factors a person has, the lower are his or her prospects of a happy marriage. The risk factors include introversion, a personality type that is common to 54 per cent of men (including the writer) and 47 per cent of women, yet is widely misunderstood. Another risk factor is not sharing the same religion as a spouse. The book covers these issues and others contributing to marital unhappiness, including the different natures of men and women, individualism, declining love and lust, sex, personal aptitude for marriage, mutual compatibility, the link between extraversion and adultery, the genetic link to propensity to divorce, and depression. In an insightful, thought-provoking and occasionally humorous way, 'The Fraud of the Rings' explains why most marriages can't be expected to be happy, and outlines what could be done to remedy the situation, and reduce the divorce rate. The book injects some long-overdue realism into the marriage crisis debate.

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[EAN: 9780955878473], Neubuch, [PU: LPS Publishing], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., The Fraud of the Rings, Mike Buchanan, (This book is also available as an ebook with the same title, and as a hardback, 'The Marriage Delusion: the fraud of the rings?'). Back cover text: Have you struggled to find happiness in your own marriage(s)? If so, you're not alone. You're in the company of countless people around the world who are, or who have been, unhappily married. But have you ever considered that you might just be unsuited to marriage, regardless of your partner? Or even that most people in the developed world in the modern era might be unsuited to marriage? For some years over 50 per cent of marriages across the developed world have ended in divorce, or are predicted to do so in the fullness of time. That's the 'marriage crisis'. And around 50 per cent of the marriages that don't end in divorce are thought to be broadly unhappy. Most of us are deluded when we marry with expectations of long and happy marriages. That's the 'fraud of the rings'. Never has the divorce rate been higher despite an ever-growing army of marriage and relationship counsellors, and countless publications offering advice on how to make a success of marriage. Isn't it time we examined the possibility that individual personal unhappiness, along with the ready availability of divorce, might largely explain the high and rising divorce rate? And explain it better than the customary analysis of a decline in 'traditional values'? This book is the outcome of a British writer's lengthy quest to explore the causes of unhappiness in marriage. He concluded that a number of marriage risk factors make finding happiness in marriage a challenge for most people. And the more risk factors a person has, the lower are his or her prospects of a happy marriage. The risk factors include introversion, a personality type that is common to 54 per cent of men (including the writer) and 47 per cent of women, yet is widely misunderstood. Another risk factor is not sharing the same religion as a spouse. The book covers these issues and others contributing to marital unhappiness, including the different natures of men and women, individualism, declining love and lust, sex, personal aptitude for marriage, mutual compatibility, the link between extraversion and adultery, the genetic link to propensity to divorce, and depression. In an insightful, thought-provoking and occasionally humorous way, 'The Fraud of the Rings' explains why most marriages can't be expected to be happy, and outlines what could be done to remedy the situation, and reduce the divorce rate. The book injects some long-overdue realism into the marriage crisis debate.

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ISBN: 0955878470

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[EAN: 9780955878473], Neubuch, [PU: LPS Publishing], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., The Fraud of the Rings, Mike Buchanan, (This book is also available as an ebook with the same title, and as a hardback, 'The Marriage Delusion: the fraud of the rings?'). Back cover text: Have you struggled to find happiness in your own marriage(s)? If so, you're not alone. You're in the company of countless people around the world who are, or who have been, unhappily married. But have you ever considered that you might just be unsuited to marriage, regardless of your partner? Or even that most people in the developed world in the modern era might be unsuited to marriage? For some years over 50 per cent of marriages across the developed world have ended in divorce, or are predicted to do so in the fullness of time. That's the 'marriage crisis'. And around 50 per cent of the marriages that don't end in divorce are thought to be broadly unhappy. Most of us are deluded when we marry with expectations of long and happy marriages. That's the 'fraud of the rings'. Never has the divorce rate been higher despite an ever-growing army of marriage and relationship counsellors, and countless publications offering advice on how to make a success of marriage. Isn't it time we examined the possibility that individual personal unhappiness, along with the ready availability of divorce, might largely explain the high and rising divorce rate? And explain it better than the customary analysis of a decline in 'traditional values'? This book is the outcome of a British writer's lengthy quest to explore the causes of unhappiness in marriage. He concluded that a number of marriage risk factors make finding happiness in marriage a challenge for most people. And the more risk factors a person has, the lower are his or her prospects of a happy marriage. The risk factors include introversion, a personality type that is common to 54 per cent of men (including the writer) and 47 per cent of women, yet is widely misunderstood. Another risk factor is not sharing the same religion as a spouse. The book covers these issues and others contributing to marital unhappiness, including the different natures of men and women, individualism, declining love and lust, sex, personal aptitude for marriage, mutual compatibility, the link between extraversion and adultery, the genetic link to propensity to divorce, and depression. In an insightful, thought-provoking and occasionally humorous way, 'The Fraud of the Rings' explains why most marriages can't be expected to be happy, and outlines what could be done to remedy the situation, and reduce the divorce rate. The book injects some long-overdue realism into the marriage crisis debate.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: LPS Publishing, 272 Seiten, L=156mm, B=234mm, H=14mm, Gew.=386gr, [GR: 22890 - TB/Kinderbücher/Sachbücher/Sonstiges], [SW: - Juvenile Nonfiction / Family / Marriage & Divorce], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: This book explains why most people in the modern era are unsuited to marriage, explains why the divorce rate is so high across the developed world, and puts forward realistic proposals to reduce the proportion of marriages ending in divorce. This book explains why most people in the modern era are unsuited to marriage, explains why the divorce rate is so high across the developed world, and puts forward realistic proposals to reduce the proportion of marriages ending in divorce.

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This book explains why most people in the modern era are unsuited to marriage, explains why the divorce rate is so high across the developed world, and puts forward realistic proposals to reduce the proportion of marriages ending in divorce.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780955878473
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0955878470
Paperback
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: LPS Publishing
272 Pages
Weight: 0,386 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780955878473

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