Are people who come from broken homes less likely to have successful marriages?
Well actual its the opposite because many people from broken homes mostly boys feel that there if they have children they should never go through what they've been through and promise that to themselves
It's really hard to say which kind of marriage is more successful, because even if you look at stats related to the question, multiple factors influence the results. For example, arranged marriages aren't that common in the US, but divorce is nothing to be ashamed of. Whereas in other countries, divorce s out of the question, while arranged marriages are very common. So how would you measure success? I think that it depends on the…
The Darcy name was associated with the landed gentry, but not with the nobility, except by marriage. The Darcy family's wealth, however, fostered marriages with aristocratic families. They were ranked significantly higher that the Bennets, who were also of the landed gentry, but whose connections included marriages to attorneys and people successful in trade.