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The Causes Of Divorce

analytical Essay
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Hold on and just wait before you put a ring on it! Think of the causes of divorce. A divorce doesn’t happen overnight. There are causes, especially, there are four causes of divorce that are the lack of communication, conflicting views, lack of intimacy, and no marriage commitment. These causes have shown an adverse effect onto married couples overtime.
The lack of communication, is one of many causes of divorce. Although, what is the lack of communication? Communications in a marriage couple is basically hearing each other out, though when no communication is present on the marriage, signs of trouble show up. Furthermore. incongruence being one of many examples of lack of communication as Deb Dutilh writes Divorce Causes: 5 Communication Habits That Lead to Divorce, “When we say one thing …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Describes the four causes of divorce, including lack of communication, conflicting views, intimacy, and no marriage commitment, which have adverse effects on married couples overtime.
  • Explains that the lack of communication is one of many causes of divorce.
  • Analyzes the inauthenticity of communication in marriage, as cathy meyer explains in her article 3 major causes of divorce.
  • Explains that having conflicting views in a marriage is an indication that marriage will collapse and lead to unavoidable divorce.
  • Explains that conflicting views can be seen in the different priorities and interests that couples have through time, causing havoc on their marital relationship.
  • Explains the austin institute's article divorce in america: who wants out and why?, explaining the lack of intimacy.
  • Analyzes how lack of affection and sexual fulfillment makes love seem hollow and not as believable. people don't marry to get a roommate; they expect to have an active and fulfilling sexual life. chronic anger and conflict dampen couples' willingness to be affectionate.
  • Analyzes lisa l. payne, kim olver & deborah roth's article, the 10 most common reasons people get divorced, where they point out the cause and effect correlation of ignoring the sexual intimacy a couple should have.
  • Explains that the last cause of divorce is the lack of commitment in marriage. infidelity is a major problem when it comes to marriage commitment.
  • Analyzes how the article, the 10 most common reasons people get divorced, gives insight on a real-life example of lack of marriage commitment.
  • Opines that divorce is a taboo topic in some cultures, but not unheard of in the developed countries.

As Cathy Meyer, a divorce support expert, writes in the article 3 Major Causes of Divorce, giving an example of inauthenticity as a lack of communication, “Covering up our feelings and not trusting our partner to be mature enough to manage their response to ‘no’ just won’t work. It’s better to say, “No, I’m not available to discuss this right now.” (par. 18) Overall subconsciously ignoring, one and other’s thoughts, opinions, and actions can lead to a divorce and not to mention that comes with married couple arguments. Having conflicting views, in a marriage, is a sign of a marriage that soon will collapse and lead to unavoidable divorce. Not having a shared vision of success applies to having a conflicting view in marriage. Furthermore, as the Austin Institute provides an example of the conflicting views that lead to divorce in the article Divorce in America: Who Wants Out and Why?, “Your idea of a weekend getaway is a cozy cottage in the woods; your partner wants to the hit the town and catch a game. He thinks it’s your job to cook and clean, but you

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