Study of the Day: Facebook Can Kill Your Marriage

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Ryan O'Hanlon is the managing editor of the Good Men Project. He used to play soccer and go to college. He's still trying to get over it. You can follow him on Twitter @rwohan.

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  1. I thought this was going to end up being about how many people are (re)connecting with people who are way better for them than their spouses. I know of at least two marriages that have ended because the now-ex wives found their dream lovers from their past on Facebook, and started up what turned out to be the undoing of their marriages.

    When the going gets tough, it will look like nirvana to go back to a simpler time, with a simpler partner, and become that innocent 20-year old again.

    I wonder what we’ll see when those new relationships turn out to be just as full of challenges as the ones they left…

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