Are people really going into a marriage with the thought that divorce is always there if they need an "out?"
What is the point of pre-nuptual agreements? If you really are in love, and you believe that it is forever, why are you planning for your divorce?
I know that there are truly tragic situations that warrant a divorce, but it seems like so many people are unaware of the seriousness of divorce.
Answer by Erin333 at 7:16 PM on Nov. 6, 2008
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Answer by rhope4 at 1:23 AM on Oct. 19, 2008
I believe marriage is a mutual respect. You mush have good communication, trust, loyalty and to be true not only to your self but to your husband. I married my husband a week before I turned 21 everyone thought we would not last. Well, 20 years later were still more in love than ever. I am not saying marriage is always perfect. We have had our share of arguments neither of us threatened divorce. I love being a wife and mother and am blessed to have such a loving husband.
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