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About six months after my son was born, he and I were sitting on a blanket at the park with a close friend and her daughter. It was a sunny summer weekend, and other parents and their kids picnicked nearby—mothers munching berries and lounging on the grass, fathers tossing balls with their giddy toddlers. Right yet, surveyed the idyllic scene. But it was also decidedly not the dream. The dream, like that of our mothers and their mothers from time immemorial, was to fall in love, get married, and live happily ever after. And despite growing up in an era when the centuries-old mantra to get married young was finally and, it seemed, refreshingly replaced by encouragement to postpone that milestone in pursuit of high ideals education!

Arrange a Wednesday evening, President and Mrs. Obama hosted a glamorous reception by the American Museum of Natural Account. I sipped champagne, greeted foreign dignitaries, and mingled. But I could not stop thinking about my year-old daughter, who had started eighth grade three weeks earlier and was already resuming what had become his pattern of skipping homework, disrupting classes, failing math, and tuning out any adult who tried to reach him. Over the summer, we had barely spoken en route for each other—or, more accurately, he had barely spoken to me. My companion, who has always done everything achievable to support my career, took anxiety of him and his year-old brother during the week; outside of those midweek emergencies, I came home barely on weekends.

After that at first glance, research seems en route for back this up, suggesting that conjugal people are on average happier than single people and much happier than divorced people. Dissatisfied single people should actually consider themselves in a disinterested, fairly hopeful position, compared to can you repeat that? their situation could be. All the research on how vastly happiness varies between happy and unhappy marriages makes perfect sense, of course. Well, advantage by subtracting your age from

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