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07 Nov 2011

Money biggest cause of marital distress


According to the Catholic counselling service Accord, two-thirds of almost 4,000 couples who sought help in the first six months of this year had financial concerns.

A further 39% of clients said finance was a “serious issue” for them. In some areas, this rose to more than 40%, while in Galway, 54% of clients said finance was a “serious issue”.

Furthermore, 83% of clients stated they were stressed, while 52% said that they were feeling depressed.

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Irish Examiner


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