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Last night I saw the delightful movie, 'Julie and Julia. ' It was an inspirational film, based on two women who followed their passions and lived out dreams beyond their expectations. child marriage But that is not what compelled me to write on this sunny Saturday morning. No. It was... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Last night I saw the delightful movie, 'Julie and Julia. married too young ' It was an inspirational film, based on two women who followed their passions and lived out dreams beyond their expectations. But that is not what compelled me to write on this sunny Saturday morning. No. It... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
In 1563 marriages were recognized only if the ceremony was officiated by a Roman Catholic Priest, with two witnesses. The Marriage Ordinance of Geneva was imposed by John Calvin and all marriages had to be state registered as well as church consecrated and marriage records kept to make a marriage... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
We must apply common sense and logic to all situations in our lives. Adults have the responsibility to care for children. Adults include parents. child marriage . . as well as judges with the State Legislatures. For any adult, including judges, to consider English common-law marriage for twelve-year-old girls and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Stereotyping a social malaise such as child marriage comes with the preset notion that this menace is limited to a few third world countries. After a bit of research on the subject I was astonished to discover that this form of child abuse is a global phenomenon and not restricted... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
I get a lot of emails from people who describe their marriage as "loveless. " Many ask for advice as to how to survive in such a marriage. And, overwhelmingly, the people who send these emails cite their children as the reason that you are continuing on in this way.... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
We must apply common sense and logic to all situations in our lives. Adults have the responsibility to care for children. Adults include parents. . . as well as judges with the State Legislatures. For any adult, including judges, to consider English common-law marriage for twelve-year-old girls and fourteen-year-old boys... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
In 1563 marriages were recognized only if the ceremony was officiated by a Roman Catholic Priest, with two witnesses. The Marriage Ordinance of Geneva was imposed by John Calvin and all marriages had to be state registered as well as church consecrated and marriage records kept to make a marriage... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Accepting the truth about your gay child's marriage with a same sex person can be quite a big problem initially. The shock and perhaps some anger can make you feel miserable as you had notions about your son. You had a difficult task accepting your child was gay earlier, and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
You've probably heard people quote statistics that parents who suffer the death of a child are more likely to divorce. In fact, the often-quoted statistic is that 75 percent of parents eventually divorce within months of the loss of a child. However, that number was the guesswork of a book... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
One of the greatest joys in a marriage is becoming a parent. A child is a wonderful gift from God that brings joy as well as new stresses into the couple's life. If you allow it, children can put a strain on your marriage and come between the husband and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
When people get married and decide as a couple to have children, they will often forget or not realize how their personal relationship with their spouse can affect their children. Children are impressionable, vulnerable and open to picking up behavior from their parents. If the relationship between the parents is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Stereotyping a social malaise such as child marriage comes with the preset notion that this menace is limited to a few third world countries. After a bit of research on the subject I was astonished to discover that this form of child abuse is a global phenomenon and not restricted... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
In 1563 marriages were recognized only if the ceremony was officiated by a Roman Catholic Priest, with two witnesses. The Marriage Ordinance of Geneva was imposed by John Calvin and all marriages had to be state registered as well as church consecrated and marriage records kept to make a marriage... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Stereotyping a social malaise such as child marriage comes with the preset notion that this menace is limited to a few third world countries. After a bit of research on the subject I was astonished to discover that this form of child abuse is a global phenomenon and not restricted... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Accepting the truth about your gay child's marriage with a same sex person can be quite a big problem initially. The shock and perhaps some anger can make you feel miserable as you had notions about your son. You had a difficult task accepting your child was gay earlier, and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
The practice of child marriage started 4000 years ago in India. Many things changed through the course of time like discrimination based on one's caste, women emancipation, economic and social growth of our country, etc. , etc. But there are things that even 4000 years of time hasn't been able... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
One of the greatest joys in a marriage is becoming a parent. A child is a wonderful gift from God that brings joy as well as new stresses into the couple's life. If you allow it, children can put a strain on your marriage and come between the husband and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
When people get married and decide as a couple to have children, they will often forget or not realize how their personal relationship with their spouse can affect their children. Children are impressionable, vulnerable and open to picking up behavior from their parents child marriage. If the relationship between the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
When people get married and decide as a couple to have children, they will often forget or not realize how their personal relationship with their spouse can affect their children. Children are impressionable, vulnerable and open to picking up behavior from their parents. If the relationship between the parents is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Marriages in India are connected with the most scared and auspicious occasions in the family. There are a number of times, when Puja take place in Indian families, but Puja in marriages are performed with a total different purpose. They are carried out to bless the new couple for their... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
Last night I saw the delightful movie, 'Julie and Julia. ' It was an inspirational film, based on two women who followed their passions and lived out dreams beyond their expectations. But that is not what compelled me to write on this sunny Saturday morning. No. It was Julia Child's... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
When it comes to this topic, there are many things to consider. Here are some of them:1. The first year is the most importantThe first year of marriage is crucial for the future. If in this period everything goes right, the chances that your marriage would end are limited. It... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
The practice of child marriage started 4000 years ago in India. Many things changed through the course of time like discrimination based on one's caste, women emancipation, economic and social growth of our country, etc. , etc. But there are things that even 4000 years of time hasn't been able... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog
From time to time, clients come into our office with the following scenario: "I have been married to my husband for 5 years. We have no children together. Our relationship has been up and down, and we were separated for about 3 months last year. During that time, I had... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at cornwall451's blog