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Generation X, Less Happy, Why?

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Nowadays divorce is so common it's hard for people to try hard, fight
through their problems and make a marriage last when there's such an easy way
out, divorce. Marriages of earlier generations were sometimes happier, because
divorce wasn't the immediate anecdote to family or marital problems. I come to
this conclusion from hearing about my moms childhood.
My grandparents have stayed together to this day regardless of their
problems which made my moms childhood happier. One incident which illuminates
my moms childhood being happier is when my grandpa had to take care of the kids
because my grandmother was in the hospital. It was great for my mom to have her
own father take care of them instead of being left with an aunt or a close
family friend.
My grandmother was told she'd be in the hospital for a couple of weeks ,
it ended up being three. This was the first time she was separated from her
children, and the first time my grandpa, the businessman, had to take care of
the house and kids. All the household duties changed and it was hectic, my
grandpa had to take on the mother role. He had to make breakfast for the kids,
pack their lunches, go grocery shopping, help with homework and take ...

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