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According to the Pew Research Center, hard times have hit approximately 55 percent of adults, as workers have suffered from extended unemployment, pay cuts or reduction in work hours since 2007. This downward momentum for the American worker has been termed “The Great Recession” and sparked studies across the country on its effect on familial relationships. The financial turmoil and instability created by the economic downturn has not only affected workers who are subject to pay cuts or layoffs, but the significant others of

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