• United States
23 Nov 06
I concur. In all relationships we will experience in our lifetimes...there is an ebb and flow...oeaks and valleys...in my opnion...in times past...couples tended to ride out the adverse times and misfortunes...and that's how the relationship and the bind grew more and more strong between the two people. In current times, with the immediate gratification mentality so prevalant...at the ifrst sign of trouble, people are quick to jump ship. I heard a news story this past week about a famous couple who split up after only a very short marriage...the reason...she wanted some friends to stay at a house they owne while her friends home was undergoing renovations...he didnt want the friends staying in their home...they divorced over that....it's all just ludicrous
23 Nov 06
No of course it's not right. Of course you are going to fight and have differences, but you have to remember why you got married in the first place. You have to work on any relationship and I think people forget that. If there are children then there is even more incentive to work it out....