BRANGELINA: RELATIONSHIPS IN THE 21ST CENTURY

“Brangelina Split: The End of Love?”

(Joanna H., YMI Today, 21 September 2016)  

“Despite being astronomically wealthy and living thousands of miles away from the average Brit, Brangelina’s relationship was perhaps the most aspirational of all.”

“The Psychology Of Loves That Last A Lifetime”

(Carolyn Gregoire, The Huffington Post, 24 December 2014)  

“Rather than looking to marriage to serve our basic needs for survival and companionship, we’re now seeing marriage as a vehicle for self-fulfillment.”

“Why Is the Divorce Rate so High,Especially in Western Countries,if Love Marriages Work?”

(Balaji Viswanathan, Quora, 15 January, 2014)

All marriages involve making decisions with incomplete information. Many of us don't know what we want and it is not surprising that a relationship for life breaks down at some point”.

 

 

“So Love Is Dead After the Brangelina Break-Up? Get a Life”

(Yonden Lhatoo,  South China Morning Post, 22 September 2016)

“The day of the earth-shattering announcement, #Brangelina saturated Twitter with 700 mentions a minute -- more than triple that of the ongoing UN General Assembly meetings.”

“Endless Love”

(Aaron Ben-Zeev, Aeon, 5 February  2014 )

Even when love has been profound, the sense of too much compromise can entice us to pursue something new.”

“Rise in Divorce in Iran Linkedto Shift in Status of Women”

(Babak Dehghanpisheh, Reuters, 22 October 2014)

“There has been a big growth in individualism in Iran, especially among women. Women are more educated and have increased financial empowerment”

Hamid Reza Jalaipour

(Sociologist, Tehran University)

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