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Marriage Central: Singapore Supports Its Marriages

A news report that 98% of couples in the island nation of Singapore are satisfied with their marriages sent me to a remarkable website, Marriage Central.

Singapore is home to 5 million people, making it a little smaller than the Philadelphia region where I live. They speak many languages, come from many parts of the globe, and practice many religions. And lots of them, apparently, reach out for help keeping their marriages strong.

Two thousand attend an annual two-day Marriage Convention. Two thousand attended this year's Real Love Works picnic, too. There is a section in the public library for marriage resources. And there are workshops in several languages for those planning a wedding or looking to make their marriage stronger.

Take a look! It's a great resource.

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