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The notion that active love is required in marriage is somewhat new. In her book on the real setting of marriage, Stephanie Coontz (2005) demonstrates that this view became unavoidable around two centuries ago: “People have consistently gone insane, and many couples have admired one other profoundly over the years. Throughout history, however, love has only been viewed as a fundamental legitimization for getting married on an irregular basis.” “In many social systems, love has been considered as a valuable aftereffect of marriage but not as an acceptable avocation for being married nonetheless,” Coontz continues. The notion that active love is required in marriage is somewhat new. In her book on the real setting of marriage, Stephanie Coontz (2005) demonstrates that this view became unavoidable around two centuries ago: “People have consistently gone insane, and many couples have admired one other profoundly over the years. Throughout history, however, love has only been viewed as a fundamental legitimization for getting married on an irregular basis.” “In many social systems, love has been considered as a valuable aftereffect of marriage but not as an acceptable avocation for being married nonetheless,” Coontz continues.

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