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Salvo 36

Salvo 36

Department: Family Briefing — Topic: FamilySalvo #36

Tying Blind

On the Show Married at First Sight by Nicole M. King


My husband and I have recently become addicted to a new TV show, Married at First Sight. For those unfamiliar with the show, the premise is arranged marriage. A panel of four "experts"—a sociologist, "sexologist," psychiatrist, and chaplain—choose six singles out of a bevy of would-be participants to form three marriages. The couples meet at the altar, go on a honeymoon, then come back and try to set up a life together. In six weeks' time, they will decide whether they will stay married or . . .


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