For those of us who care about the nature of human relationships in an age when the complexities of both building and also restructuring them can seem overwhelming, this article from The Economist is a must-read. Although filled with a plethora of information, it raises more questions than it answers. Where is the institution of marriage headed? If marriage is being replaced, is divorce being replaced, as well? How much of what’s happening is culture-driven? How much is media-instigated? Is government simply responding to culture change? Or is government causing a paradigm shift? Read this and let me know what YOU think.
About this week’s author: Joryn Jenkins.
Joryn, attorney and Open Palm Founder, began her own firm here in Tampa after a 14-year career in law while also serving as a full-time professor in law at Stetson University. She is a recipient of the prestigious A. Sherman Christensen award, an honor bestowed upon those who have provided exceptional leadership to The American Inns of Court Movement. For more information on Joryn’s professional experience, take a look at her resume.