48 Hours Clarification
cmfce at his.com
Wed Feb 14 13:08:06 EST 2001
subject: 48 Hours Clarification
from: Smart Marriages
I'm getting lots of responses for the 48 Hrs piece for couples who have been
married a LONG time - couples celebrating their 50th, 70th(!) anniversaries.
That's not what the producers are looking for.
This show is about couples facing the current challenges of current times.
They have settled on couples who are (or were) married about 10 - 16 years
in recognition of the stats that find that around years 14-16 are the second
highest break-up period for marriage - (the first 2 years being the
They are looking for couples who made it past the early years, formed a
marriage, and have foundered on - or who have mastered - the shoals of kids
and the "Is this all there is?" feelings that hit around years 10 - 16.
I'm SURE we have these couples and I think a chance like this really is
the the golden opportunity to reach out and *educate* - spread the word
about - the new possibilities and understandings about how to make marriage
work - or what makes marriage fail. Please help if you can.
If you've replied, you'll hear back from me in about 48 hours.... ;)
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