Marriage oftenly end in divorce?
• United States
9 Jan 07
In my family we have a couple divorces--one of my dad's three sisters, two of my mom's five siblings, and one of my eleven married cousins. And my mother-in-law. Overall though, I have a positive view of marriage. Of these marriages, many were doomed from the beginning, for religious or emotional reasons. My parents were married at 19 after only dating for like 2 1/2 years, and they are still strong after 30-some years. In our grandparent's day, there was no 50% divorce rate, so obvious marriages can succeed. What happened to that WWII undying love?
9 Jan 07
It depends on how once such couple handles their relationship. To keep marriage tight, one of the most important things is communication. Misunderstanding may intrude in a relationship when one of you doesn't want to talk to his/her partner. Second, respect to each other. Many couple still cannot accept the past of the partner. Still, cultivating the past unreliable experiences may lead to horrible fight. ACCEPTANCE to all the mistakes of the partner and LOVE her/him at all times no matter what will happen.