Internet use a rising factor in marital strain, Irish bishops' agency reports
June 26, 2009
A rising number of Irish married couples cite conflicts over internet use as a significant source of tensions in their marriages, according to ACCORD, the Irish bishops' agency that provides counseling for married couples. Internet gambling has emerged as a significant cuase of marital strain, ACCORD reports, along with disagreements between couples about the amount of time spent online.
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