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Divorce/Marriage Interviews

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For my Institutions and Traditions Class my instructor has asked me to conduct interviews about Divorce and Marriage and when I mentioned the possibility of getting interviews from off-US he found it quite interesting...

So if you wanna help me out, you can take the interviews below (either reply in this forum, PM me, or E-mail me at elfthehunter@gmail.com depending on how much privacy you want).

IF YOU HAVE BEEN MARRIED FOR 10 YEARS OR LONGER

(If married for less than 10 years, feel free to answer but mention how many years of marriage)

Name:

Location:

1.) What is the most important aspect of marriage?

2.) What is the single most important attribute in a partner that leads to a successful marriage?

3.) Do you typically argue? About what topics?

4.) Tipically how are conflicts settled?

5.) What advice would you give for young couples?

IF YOU HAVE DIVORCED AT LEAST ONCE

Name:

Location:

1.) What is the most important aspect of marriage?

2.) What would you do different? (Before or during the marriage)

3.) What advice would you give for young couples?

4.) What led to the divorce?

5.) What did you tipically argue about?

IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN MARRIED

Name:

Location:

1.) Do you plan on getting married?

2.) About what age do you plan to get married?

3.) What are the motives that you want to get married for?

4.) Have you had positive or negative experiences with marriage?

5.) If you got married, do you plan to stay married for life?

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Name: David B.

Location: France

Married for: 3 years

1.) What is the most important aspect of marriage?

probably trust. Well, there is love as well, but that seems too obvious ... one cannot (or should not) marry somebody who is not loved ...

2.) What is the single most important attribute in a partner that leads to a successful marriage?

understanding/tolerance. When you get married, you have to get along with many things you were unfamiliar with ... your spouse may have a different religion, different beliefs, traditions, etc ...

3.) Do you typically argue? About what topics?

not really ... often tease one another ... but no real arguing ... not yet ;)

4.) Tipically how are conflicts settled?

typically, small arguments are settled via corporal exchanges ... :) ... or apologies ... but my wife and I are strong characters (even stubborn sometimes), so we do not recognize our mistakes easily :(

5.) What advice would you give for young couples?

Well, it is difficult to givbe advice because I think marriage is different for every couple ... If ever I have to give advice, here it is ... do not ask for divorce at the first difficulty. Things often settle down easily without judicial help

I hope this fits you ... hope it helps too ...

Curu.

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IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN MARRIED

Name: Paul

Location: Canada

1.) Do you plan on getting married?

Perhaps.

2.) About what age do you plan to get married?

No earlier than my late 20s.

3.) What are the motives that you want to get married for?

Unknown at this point.

4.) Have you had positive or negative experiences with marriage?

My parents have an awesome marriage.

5.) If you got married, do you plan to stay married for life?

Yes.

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IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN MARRIED

Name: Nathanael Barbettini

Location: United States

1.) Do you plan on getting married?

Yes.

2.) About what age do you plan to get married?

Late twenties, or later - whenever God brings the right person into my life. No sense in rushing the whole thing; I want to make sure I'm all set (financially, etc.) before I marry.

3.) What are the motives that you want to get married for?

Because marriage is something God created, and because I have such an awesome example of marriage (see below).

4.) Have you had positive or negative experiences with marriage?

I've had very positive experiences - my parents have an amazing marriage.

5.) If you got married, do you plan to stay married for life?

Yes. I can't really imagine not staying married for life - "till death to us part".

(Mine is strikingly similar to Paul's :))

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IF YOU HAVE NEVER BEEN MARRIED

Name:Shan Coster

Location:Australia

1.) Do you plan on getting married?

most likely

2.) About what age do you plan to get married?

unknown, whenever the person comes along preferably mid to late twenties.

3.) What are the motives that you want to get married for?

Love ofcourse, although there are other things to consider before hand

4.) Have you had positive or negative experiences with marriage?

My father (now dead) and my mother had a great relationship and now my step father and my mother also have a wonderful relationship, it seems so right.

5.) If you got married, do you plan to stay married for life?

Most certainly if at all possible.

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1.) Do you plan on getting married?

Perhaps, since I wish kids and I'm not a girl :). Well, at least, I want to found a family.

2.) About what age do you plan to get married?

After University, at least after my Mastery.

3.) What are the motives that you want to get married for?

Well, to have a family.

4.) Have you had positive or negative experiences with marriage?

My parents and my aunts (withtheir respective husbands) are still married. And there wasno many problems.

5.) If you got married, do you plan to stay married for life?

At least, to stay married as long as I have a family.

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1.) Do you plan on getting married?

I most certainly do.

2.) About what age do you plan to get married?

Well, if I'm getting out of school around 24, then maybe between 26 and 30.

3.) What are the motives that you want to get married for?

I love girls and I love kids. I guess I just have always wanted to raise a family, experience life.

4.) Have you had positive or negative experiences with marriage?

Well the one very positive one I've had would be my parents who have been married my entire life.

5.) If you got married, do you plan to stay married for life?

Yup.

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