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January 06, 2012



I certainly agree to this but it doesn't apply to all married couples, shall I say it all depends on the situation. Single parents maybe prone for depression maybe because they are the only one who should do the things that a couple should do, shall I say the work of 2 person becomes a work of only one person. Though being married is good, but there are also time that there are conflicts.

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