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Address

1 Elmbank Gardens
Glasgow
G2 4NQ

Map

Map for The Lunch Box

Food types

We don't know what they serve here yet.

The Lunch Box is a take-away to be found in Glasgow within Lanarkshire. Even though this site doesn't currently have full information for The Lunch Box, we are trying to find out more about it. The Lunch Box makes a full selection of takeaway dishes during its opening hours. Sadly, there isn't a menu for this take-away on The Big Eat. The Lunch Box makes as its special dish.

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From a discusson amgsont some friends on Facebook why is marriage always held up as the benchmark of good relationships?I wish there was an easy way to track whether this also indicates an overall shift away from committed monogamous relationships. Everyone assumes that marriage means stability and commitment, but many people have marriages that are dysfunctional and stay in them for the wrong reasons . Similarly, a lot of people who aren't married still have relationships that are functional and don't feel the need to formalize their relationships.The assumption that marriage represents a healthy relationship is pervasive, but I don't think it accurately sums up the whole picture. I wish more studies focused on the characteristics of relationships rather than the simple binary Are you married? I guess we're fated to base data off of what's easiest to track though.Does anyone know of some boad studies that address the qualitative aspects of relationships rather than simply whether certian relationships are granted a special legal status over others?

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From a discusson amg

From a discusson amgsont some friends on Facebook why is marriage always held up as the benchmark of good relationships?I wish there was an easy way to track whether this also indicates an overall shift away from committed monogamous relationships. Everyone assumes that marriage means stability and commitment, but many people have marriages that are dysfunctional and stay in them for the wrong reasons . Similarly, a lot of people who aren't married still have relationships that are functional and don't feel the need to formalize their relationships.The assumption that marriage represents a healthy relationship is pervasive, but I don't think it accurately sums up the whole picture. I wish more studies focused on the characteristics of relationships rather than the simple binary Are you married? I guess we're fated to base data off of what's easiest to track though.Does anyone know of some boad studies that address the qualitative aspects of relationships rather than simply whether certian relationships are granted a special legal status over others?

By almost 5 years ago.

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