What do you think ar the major reason's for Divorce???

Divorce, marriage, love, hate, trust - Divorce, marriage, love, hate, trust
@Rashu169 (4391)
India
December 4, 2006 12:49pm CST
Well nowdays most of the marriage end up in divorce???? why there is no happy ending...I feel it is because of these reasons 1. Low tolerance or Patience 2. Trust 3. Love changes to Hate 4. Money etc or...what else????
3 responses
@no1biz (262)
• Sweden
4 Dec 06
I think that the fact that people so easy give up nowadays is that it's so easy to do so. Just quit when you don't feel for anything / someone anymore instead of fighting through and come out of crisis in a stronger shape. It's really a sad development...
@Rashu169 (4391)
• India
4 Dec 06
the day i get married i will keep one thing in mind...that love, trust, communication and understanding should always be there in my marriage
@no1biz (262)
• Sweden
4 Dec 06
No, I don't think any more strict laws or involvement from authoroties will help. I think it's a question of a change in people's minds / ethics and morals. What we can do as adult people is to raise our kids with good and ethical values so this path will change direction to the better with the next generation growing up. I don't say that everybody suits well together, but I do say that it's really necessary to think more than once with such important matters as marriage, and I know what I'm talking about. I've been through a divorce and the mind is really opening up after such an episode.
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@Rashu169 (4391)
• India
5 Dec 06
ooohhh thats sad........sometimes divorce is the solution but i think we should make it the last solution.........rather than the first solution.......
@Idlewild (6094)
• United States
4 Dec 06
I don't know if this directly leads to divorce, but studies have shown that money is the #1 thing that couples argue about. So before getting married it's important for partners to honestly discuss money issues--their needs, expectations, spending habits, etc.
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@Rashu169 (4391)
• India
4 Dec 06
ahha...thats true...but i guess couples should be prepared for all the ups and downs of marriage before geting into the holy union.....
@Idlewild (6094)
• United States
4 Dec 06
Yes, partners should discuss all kinds of things--having kids, visting each others' families, etc. I was surprised once to hear that a friend was getting divorced because he and his wife disagreed on whether to have kids or not--apparently they hadn't discussed it before they got married! That just seems really strange to me, how could you NOT find out how your partner feels about something that important before marrying them?
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@Rashu169 (4391)
• India
4 Dec 06
true...i believ good communication and trust can hold the marriage forever... understanding and loving ur partner helps one marriage to reamin for years....
@chance00 (3333)
• United States
4 Dec 06
The major reasons I think are adultry and money problems.You lose trust if a person cheats and money makes the orld go round and if you do not have it there are problems
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@Rashu169 (4391)
• India
4 Dec 06
yeah thats true...monogamy is a must...and couples should realize this...tearing the mrg is wrong just to satisfy your physical needs