“It was a bit of a bittersweet moment,” says writer and journalist Laura Loughlin, who wrote the book, ‘Jlo Marriage’.
“I had just finished a couple of weeks of work in Dublin at a time when I was trying to write about the marriage equality issue.
It was the first time I had really been in Dublin and I thought it was quite a strange place to be,” she says.
“But when I started thinking about it, I realised it was probably a pretty accurate depiction of the Dublin I knew.”
The book was the most interesting thing I had ever written about the subject.
I’ve got a great deal of experience writing about marriage, but the book was very different.
“Laura Loughlins book about Dublin’s jlo marriages (Picture: Laura Loullins)Laura Louglins book was published in November 2015 and sold well, and she has since been interviewed for several national newspapers, including The Irish Independent.”
I knew the book would have a wide readership,” she explains.”
But I was surprised how much more people were interested.
It’s a bit like the internet: it spreads.
People just want to talk about what they’ve read.
I think there’s an underlying desire to hear what people have to say about the issue.
“A book on marriage in Dublin?
A book is published, but what does that mean?
Jlo marriage is not just a literary phenomenon, but is a cultural phenomenon, according to Laura Lougins research.
She began researching marriage in 2008 after living in the UK for nearly 20 years.”
It was so unusual for people to marry in Dublin.
You’d get a lot of very, very, extremely young women and men from all over the UK,” she tells me.”
There were a lot more of them here than there were in the US and I found they were marrying in very different circumstances than in the U.K.
“Jlo marriages are not just confined to Dublin, though.
In the US, the concept of jlo marriage has become so ingrained in the culture that it has spawned a slew of films and television shows.
In addition to ‘Love Actually’, ‘The Wedding Singer’ and ‘The Loved One’, the series ‘The Bachelor’ and the HBO series ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ have all explored the subject, and the UK is also home to the hit comedy ‘Babylon Wedding’.
Laura Loulliins book has also sparked an online petition, with over 4,000 signatures calling for a book on the subject to be published in the country.”
That’s really great,” Laura Laugins says.”
We’re all on a journey to make it happen, so it’s very gratifying to be able to share our experience and to help create a book.
“For me, it’s a way to give back to the community.”
Jolting the jlo mythLaura Lauglin says the idea that the jolting of marriage is the main cause of divorce is “ridiculous” and that it is only a “particular” cause.
“In Ireland, I think that people think it’s just about money.
It wasn’t until marriage equality came around that people started to realise that there was a more complicated, social, emotional and financial reason why people had trouble getting married,” she adds.”
They didn’t want to do it because they thought it would be too traumatic for their partner.”
You’ve got people who are already struggling, and if they’re not doing it because of money they’re just not ready for marriage.
“Josie’s storyThe idea of ‘jolting’ marriage is a myth, according JLo marriage expert, Laura Laughlin.”
It has no basis in research or empirical research.”””
It’s very much a celebration of that relationship and of the relationship itself, but also of the joy of being able to be a single person and having children.”JLO marriage expert Laura Laullins book (Picture, LauraLaughlins book)”The jolted marriage myth is a form of myth-making that is based on a misunderstanding of people’s feelings and expectations.
It has no basis in research or empirical research.””
It’s a cultural issue, and it has to do with what people think marriage is and not how people actually live their relationships,” Laura explains.
A book about the jloves of DublinJlo weddings are often seen as an opportunity for couples to share their own story, especially in cases of divorce.
“If you look at divorce in the United States, divorce is a huge social issue.
If you look back to that, a lot has changed in a very short period of time,” Laura says.
Laura’s research also uncovered a number of social and psychological factors that contribute to people who get divorced.
For example, there is a higher