By MATT WALSH May 21, 2019
In a shocking turn of events, the New York Times published an article confirming that religious conservative women are happier in their marriages than non-religious women. The shocking thing about these findings is that the Times published them. The findings themselves — which, judging by Twitter comments, seem to have scandalized the publication’s readership — are no surprise to many of us.
The article mentions community and male involvement in the home as key reasons why religious marriages are often the happiest and strongest. There’s a lot of truth to that, of course, but I think there are three other factors as well: Go Here for the three other factors – Scroll down once at the article to find the 3 factors.