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Children Are Marrying at a Younger Age than Parents

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(Psych Central News) Emerging research finds that the younger generation is ready to marry at a younger age that their parents. The finding may have long-term implications as experts believe reaching adulthood takes longer than it did a generation ago. Ironically, researchers believe parents are contributing to the delay in reaching maturity. In the new national study researchers [...]

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