In some cultures, parents even married one child to the spirit of a deceased child in order to strengthen familial bonds." As we find ourselves fast-forwarding to a modern age of marriage, more men and women are now free to marry for love and mutually compatible companionship.
We've had at least half a century of marrying for love and now we are realizing some things that many scientists and journalists claimed a long time ago ...
Little Richard sold Coca-Cola to crowds during concerts of star performers of the day, such as Cab Calloway, Lucky Millinder and his favorite singer, Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
On October 27, 1947, Sister Rosetta Tharpe heard 14-year-old Little Richard singing two of her gospel recordings before her concert at Macon City Auditorium.
Many people are very happy tying the knot and working towards a life partnership, but monogamy is by no means for everybody and as Douglas La Bier writes in the Huffington Post, an affair is a pretty okay solution."That is, an affair can provide feelings of affirmation and restore vitality, and can activate courage to leave the marriage when doing so is the healthiest path." "A happy marriage is a long conversation which always seems too short." ~ Andre Maurois There you have it, married women have very real needs that must be talked about and addressed for the sake of society's well-being.
As Albert Einstein famously noted in his letters, "I am sure you know that most men (as well as quite a number of women) are not monogamously endowed by nature." Let's not confuse marital unhappiness with a lack of successful marriages or the dismissal of marriage as an institution.
Seems like a rather interesting topic to explore in a day and age where social media and technology is allowing couples to communicate more often than not. They usually express no hope that their husbands will ever understand what it is that frustrates them, let alone change enough to solve the problem.
But the means of communication isn't the problem, it's the communication itself in a time of prosperous lifestyle opportunities. From their perspective, marital problems are created by their husbands who do little or nothing to solve them."Marriage is a term best associated historically with the pursuit of survival interests.
He was the third of twelve children of Leva Mae (née Stewart) and Charles "Bud" Penniman.
His father was a church deacon who sold bootlegged moonshine on the side and owned a nightclub, the Tip In Inn.
He later recalled that people in his neighborhood during segregation sang gospel songs throughout the day to keep a positive outlook, because "there was so much poverty, so much prejudice in those days".