There are a lot of reasons why people get married, having kids should not be a reason for people to get married. Although this is a common reason why people get married, it doesn’t usually end well. When people gets married just because they got pregnant or have kids, they are not thinking about their relationship and wether or not they are compatible or right for each other. This could end up badly in the future. For example, when people are not compatible or right for each other, there will be a lot of fights and arguments in their marriage, as they might have a lot of things that they disagree on.
When divorce will affect a child the most is when they are in a serious relationship, they will start to think that it will fail or they will eventually separate. The children will second guess getting married and start to fear the thought of marriage. This is a social issue because their are more people getting divorced, which could cause the marriage rate to go down due to children from divorced parents having issues with marriage. Divorce can cause a weakness in the parent-children relationship. It will cause the children to not be as close to their parents as they once were, because they are angry at their parents for getting the divorce.
A person would certainly get angry after finding out about the affair because it is considered as a violation of the vows that they took when they first got married and as damage to the marriage and relationship (Meyer, n.d.). Another emotion felt by the spouse is denial and rejection. A person feels that he or she is no longer wanted and are rejected when they discover that another replaced them (Meyer, n.d.).... ... middle of paper ... ...money now or save it for the future. Additionally, many couples have not talked about their financial situation before getting married and do not often consider talking about the role money plays in their relationship and life (Lee, 2013). As a result, couples discover these things after getting married and realize that they won’t be happy and successful having financial troubles.
It is not moral to torture the children through divorce. Every marriage have problems, but it is recommended that the couples should solve their problems with mutual understanding, both partners must understand one another and also learn to cope up their partners behavior. Itis possible to change the negative behaviors that you don’t like in your partners, and it better you try to change it rather than rush to divorce. Divorce should be the last option in finding a solution to marital
Sometimes, your friends and family go against you because divorce is still sometimes seen as socially immoral. On top of that, people also fear being alone. After being in a relationship with someone, no matter how long, you grow accustomed to them and recognizing that they will no longer be there, is hard to accept. For this reason, many millennials are deciding not to take the emotional risk and commit to marriage, because they are afraid of committing and then being left alone with a shattered heart and broken
To begin with, lack of communication is a significant cause of the recent rise in the rates of divorce. A marriage is on the rocks when the lines of communication fail. People will tend to stay quiet about money management and job issues, because they don’t want to burden their partner. Most of the time they think it’s easier to deal with it by one’s self, but in reality, it’s pushing their partner out of the room and shutting the door. When this starts to happen, it’s harder to push back.
Sometimes personalities clash and sometimes when people change it is for the good, the bad, or neither of the two. Sometimes couples just cannot deal with each other’s personality. This can lead to infidelity in the marriage. It is best not to cheat on your spouse but try to make it work and if not go ahead and file for divorce then move on before getting involved with someone else. Infidelity is the most common symptom for a marriage that is failing and we really should evaluate the relationship before causing any added damages to the marriage (Gregg H.,
"Trial Marriage". Ladies' Home Journal 14 (May 1993): 12-13.) If an unsolveable conflict arises, the couple can cancel their wedding plans and escape the painful exercise of divorce. Living together ultimately can test the couple's compatibility and have them really get to know each other. Although evidence suggests that "couples who live together do not necessarily have more or less successful marriages than couples who don't live together before the wedding, studies show that non-marital cohabitors are more realistic about their demands and expectations of marriage.
Divorce is the legal or religious dissolution of marriage by agreement between the members of a couple or for violation of any of the rights or obligations of marriage. Historically, the decision to divorce was frowned upon by society because for many, marriage was a union that should last a lifetime. In recent decades, however, this concept has changed and today divorce is a normal choice for those relationships that do not work. Although marriage may seem simple, is not easy for a couple to decide to end their marriage. Often, before deciding to divorce, they take a long time to try to resolve the problems that exist.
Separation and divorce are emotionally difficult events. In most family situations there is not one definite reason that leads to divorce. To a certain extent, divorce is a gradual process that eventually causes families to break apart. Changes in divorce law have generally made it easier and to end marriages, but this is not necessarily the cause of the rising divorce rate. Individuals stuck in an unpleasant marriage face only two options: stay married and miserable, or get divorced and become happy.