This week, we have two discussion topics to choose from. Answer all of the questions on a single topic (Emerging Adulthood or Adulthood) The first query pertains to subjects in Emerging Adulthood: LET’S DISCUSS RELATIONSHIPS. Is the divorce rate really as high as we’ve heard? Discuss what makes a relationship good and enjoyable. Is it true that cohabitation before marriage increases the chances of a long-term relationship? Talk about domestic violence. What exactly is it? Is there a distinction between different sorts of abuse? What are the signs and symptoms? How common is domestic violence? What age group is the most affected? Is there anything new you’ve learned about this topic that you’d like to share? Please share your ideas with us! What do you think the main takeaways from this topic are, based on what you learned in the text (and personal experience, if you have any)? The second question is about adulthood topics: LET’S TALK ABOUT MARRIAGE. Is marriage a good idea? What do you mean by that? What’s the harm in that? According to the studies, later in marriage seems to be more pleasant. Was it just a matter of time before it became this way? Is it true that time aids the healing of abusive relationships? Is it true that sharing the same faith increases a couple’s chances of having a good marriage? Disseminate information about the effects of divorce. Is there anything new you’ve learned about this topic that you’d like to share? Please share your ideas with us! What do you think the main takeaways from this topic are, based on what you learned in the text (and personal experience, if you have any)? ** Keep in mind that you should tie your responses to information from our textbook in a way that displays your comprehension and ability to integrate concepts from our textbook in a meaningful and academic manner (with page numbers or suitable citations for outside works). Please keep in mind that the main post must be between 200 and 400 words long and must be submitted by the due date specified on the course schedule. Responses to others (at least 2) must contribute to the discussion (ask a question, offer support, etc. ), be 150 – 300 words long, and be submitted by the due date specified on the course calendar. Any outside sources (scholarly) must be properly cited/referenced, or you must utilize our content and provide page numbers. Explain your rationale in detail, including evidence from our textbook and outside sources, as well as personal experiences, as appropriate, and make sure you answer all of the discussion questions. As you consider and react to this question, try to push your own boundaries. If applicable, discuss additional information as the debate progresses. There are no problems in spelling, grammar, or punctuation. Consider a college essay! ** Please keep in mind that this is an academic forum, so your comments should be appropriate for a college-level course and well-presented.