Why divorce should be the last option for couples?

@mayrah (1037)
November 17, 2010 7:47am CST
When you first vowed on the altar to love each other in sickness and in health, for better or for poorer you must mean it. Because when you are already married you must double your patience and understanding and work hard for the family goals. You are no longer two but one in the eyes of God and other people. Even if in the journey of you marriage somehow you experience rocky roads and storms still you must persevere to go on. Never opt to divorce if you still want to try. who knows after all the trials you made yourself both stronger and that made your love for each other tough that nothing can ever destroy it. I said divorce should be the last option if love was till there because once you get divorce it's not only you as couples are affected but also the children. Consider their innocence and young age, broken family might affect them much. But if you think there is no hope for the relationship to work and the reason for divorce is too heavy to bear, then it's time for you to live on separate ways.
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@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
17 Nov 10
I agree with you. Divorce should always be the last resort. The marriage relationship must have experienced rocky roads, but those are just part of it because the two partied have vowed to accept each other no matter what. What is the use of the vow when divorce is the first option when the couple encounters a problem? Hence, the marriage will just be a scrap of paper.