In Indian arranged marriages you wed first and grow to love your spouse second.
In this webisode of How To Be Single, Liz Tuccillo (writer for Sex and the City co-author of He’s Just Not That Into You), takes on India, where arranged marriages are a norm. She finds that in Indian culture, couples learn to love each other over time rather than “at first sight”.
Since India’s divorce rate is so low, could arranged marriages be the answer? Is it better to marry first and love second?
To learn more, check out the video above and be sure to leave your opinion in the comment below.
Want to know what happens next? Watch all the India webisodes from Liz Tuccillo's "How To Be Single" series!
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