Couples just don't love each other for life anymore

United States
May 29, 2009 10:42pm CST
In the recent era, we hardly ever find a couple truly love each other for life. High divorce rate just everywhere, not only the America; But also in Asia, and other countries. Is that exchanging cultural value change our views of love, or some other factors. People just tend to not commit anymore. They might married for the spur of the moment; but regret after sometime together. Is that too hard to have someone you would love to spend the rest of your life with?
2 responses
@thea09 (18327)
• Greece
22 Aug 09
Absolutely you are right my dear. It is best not to marry someone because you love them as this will not last so it is better to marry a nice man who has money and can look after you. If you can find one who also works away a lot it is then easy to spend time with the person you love and that way you won't be stuck with him when it gets boring and you will still have a nice husband who gives you money.
@vijayanths (7878)
• India
7 Jun 09
You are 100% correct clorissa. It is a bitter truth that marriages/relationships don't last long even in eastern countries like India. What is the reason? There should be one captain to a ship. Man had been the captain for many thousand years. But in the recent years when more women went for jobs and became financially independent they no longer want to be dominated by men. They don't have the fear of losing their spouses, as they think there are always some one else out there who they can try the game once again,this phenomenon will increase in future.