Today the divorce rate is on the rise some have linked it to the fact we choose our own partners based on how we feel and in doing so ignoring possible incompatibility.
If you could have a idealised arranged marriage would you get one. Now from what I understand in arranged marriage the parents look for compatibility with their child when looking for the partner. It is assumed that in cultures with arranged marriage that if two people are compatible love will develop over time naturally.
What do you think?
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It can work, it doesn't always, and since cultures with arranged marriage typically shun divorce, its hard to measure success.
I will say that the fact marriage and what it means, and what the roles are is less clear now probably makes marriages more likely to fail. There is a much higher chance for different expectations and irreconcilable differences regarding how the marriage should operate.0