The simple premises here are that marriage to a friend ultimately leads to divorce and that one should marry for compatibility instead. But is there a difference? Craig insists so, relying on austere definitions from Webster's to bolster his theories, as though the dictionary is a recognized authority on the matter. The point appears to be that friends have narrower points of contact and accept certain kinds of behavior that spouses can't. Marriage, Craig argues, requires flexibilitycompatibilitythat mere friendship does not provide. January
Reviewed on: 08/01/1985 Release date: 08/01/1985 Genre: Nonfiction
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