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        It is the newest trend. When a situation is too difficult to handle, an idea so outrageous, so crazy, is proposed to keep the issue under wraps.


         That seems to be what is happening in Iran right now. The myriad of problems Iranian youths have to deal with are temporarily swept under the rug. So instead of searching for the roots of these problems, certain solutions are proposed that make you forget all about what the trouble was in the first place. Unlike many Western countries, marriage is still a big deal in Iran. Most of the planning about youth concerns revolve around the whys and the hows of marriage. Why is it that so many young Iranians refuse to marry at the right age? How will these youths pay for the costs that tag along after they are married? Why has the marriage age gone up? How can this trend be reversed? These are just some of the questions family planners deal with when they want to address issues related to young people.
        When living expenses are up and jobs just are not there or do not pay well enough to keep up with the expenses, a few have thought of a way out; Semi-independent families. In such a family, the boy and the girl do get married but they do not live under the same roof. Each spouse will continue to live in their parent is house until they are ready to make it on their own. Simple! Yes. But practical? Iranian families are still bound by tradition and most families would object to even the thought of allowing their kids or marry off this way.
        This is a clean break from traditions where a girl would give into the idea of living with her in-laws to help out with the costs. In recent years the number of men who decided to live with their in-laws has also increased. But either way, this notion is now frowned upon in Iranian families. Independence from the start of a marriage has turned into a must. But it should not mean that since independence cannot be attained, semi-independent families are the way to go.  
        Even though the idea of being married but living under separate roofs may appeal to some men, it would rarely be the best choice for women. It is very much possible that when a man does not have to provide for his family he could eventually opt for a semi-independent marriage because it is the easy way out. What would become of a child if a woman living in these conditions becomes pregnant? Would a semi-independent couple get a different kind of divorce than normal families if things just do not turn out the way they had planned? Would custody laws be any different now that both men and women have the support of their families behind them?
        Time and again it has been stated that band-aid solutions have rarely proven to be effective with huge problems, and time and again these warnings have been ignored. And until the real issues behind the lack of enthusiasm for marriage or a lack of better and improved conditions for tying the knots are looked into, solutions like semi-independent families will fail to create much more holy matrimony.

         


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