By Adrian James
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It is widely recognized that another major demographic change, with far-reaching effects at all levels of society, is taking place as a result of our ageing population. Even as recently as 1901 the life expectancy of a boy and girl born in that year would have been only 24 Couples, conflict, and change 48 and 52 years respectively, whereas now it is 70 and 76 respectively. Rimmer (1981) found that three-quarters of women over the age of eighty-five who were living without their husbands but with ‘others’ are living with either their children or their children-in-law, as are fourfifths of men living without their wives.
Problems in marital relationships 35 Thus we have uncovered yet another myth in relation to marriage: the predominant belief that children represent the ultimate fulfilment in marriage leading to happiness and stability, a belief that contributes to the fact that 90 per cent of married couples become parents, and that childlessness for most is involuntary. In addition to such positive social pressures towards parenthood, Chester (1980) argues the existence of a cultural negative stereotype of childless couples; this can generate problems of various kinds for a marriage, resulting from feelings of stig-matization and almost of deviance, and from pressures from family and friends.
Romantic love and affection have always been associated in varying degrees with marriage and couple relationships. Divorce and marital breakdown are not a phenomenon associated solely with marriage in the post-war years. Family life has always been dis-rupted—in the past by death, now by divorce—and the step-family and one-parent family are not new arrivals on the social scene. Moreover, the notion that the instability of modern marriages and families makes society itself more unstable seems hard to sustain, since social stability depends on the fact that socialization The state of marriage 27 and cultural transmission can continue, despite death or divorce, and the high rate of remarriage makes this possible.
Couples, Conflict and Change: Social Work with Marital Relationships by Adrian James