Tag Archives: Marriage
The following is adapted from LFN Director Caitlin La Ruffa’s remarks at the Stand for Marriage rally in Washington, D.C. on April 28th that took place outside the Supreme Court as the oral arguments for Obergefell v. Hodges were in … Continue reading
by Christina Brown This article was originally published here at I Believe in Love. I love my husband because he first loved me. That may sound unromantic, but as I learned, it’s quite the opposite! We met through mutual friends … Continue reading
By Brittany Crippen My friend and I were sitting in the restaurant looking at the menu while we waited for her husband to meet us there. I was halfway through making a decision about what I wanted to eat when … Continue reading
By Cassandra Hough Last week, discussion of a new phobia made waves on the social media circuit: fecundophobia. Mollie Hemmingway, writing for The Federalist, explained that “fecundophobia” is the growing fear of children and fertile women. She sites ample evidence … Continue reading
Rather than finding satisfaction by saying “no”, Love and Fidelity Network students find joy in certain things that deliver it. They share truths that they have discovered by reason, science, and their own experiences. They are willing to take the heat that comes from rubbing against the cultural grain because they hope the truths they affirm will benefit this and future generations. Implicit in their speech and action is their assertion that you matter. Just as Don Quixote rode off on his Quest in the hope that Aldonza would see that she really is Dulcinea, “[They] hope to add some measure of grace to the world.”
New study shows marriage might make people happier.