Divorce is a common theme in our society. With divorcees making up a large part of the population, so it is understandable that there are many remarriages. It seems according to statistics and research within this article that just because you have been married before, you are not necessarily any better at it the second, third, or whatever time it may be. The trend of less divorcees getting rehitched shows just how little faith they have in the institution of marriage and the lack of optimism about it lasting forever. I would say that being divorced does not make you truly cynical or entirely negative, it is more of being honest and real about what you have to gain and what you have to lose.
I threw in this article so that non-Japanese people can hear what happens to intimate relationships and marriages when life is overly stressful and busy with things other than passion and love of the opposite sex. It is good to pursue you own goals and dreams, it is even better when you can do it with someone you love and are intimately close to.
Do a quick online search for the term “What causes divorce” and you will be greeted with a myriad of sites claiming to have the answer. A popular claim is that online dating and social networking sites are major contributors to infidelity and divorce. A new economics paper presents some very compelling evidence that it is simply not true. The ease at which married people can find new lovers online is not causing an increase in marital instability.
I actually differ from this article's view that marriage is not harmed by online interaction. Unfortunately, they have statistics to back them up, and all that I have is life experiences and a keen observation with no percentages and pie charts. I felt that to be fair that I should include an article that has a slight differerence of opinion. When you ask yourself what do you think, see if you go with your gut or the numbers.
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Jon Z. Bennington's insight:
I added Clint Eastwood's divorce because he was one of my all time favorite tv and movie heroes. He seemed like he could do anything he wanted because he never let anything get in his way. It brings it into perspective for me when one of my heroes can fail just as easily as I did.
The information in this article is truly helpful. I am a man who has been divorced and remarried, and I can say without a doubt that this short list is the most accurate list I have come across to help out one's marriage. Whether you are religous or not, it does not change the truth and honesty of the content. This is a must read for those who are planning on getting married or who are married.
There needs to be more research done to see if there is some hard credible evidence to the idea that people, men in particular, get divorced soon after a friend does it. It does seem and feel like it is true based on my life experience, but at the same time when you are going through a divorce or thinking about a divorce, you tend to notice anything that deals with the issue of divorce. It is not uncommon to hear of friends, coworkers, or siblings getting a divorce during the same time. Maybe it is the idea of not going through it alone or that it not that big a deal because some one you know is doing it too.
This article "hits the nail on the head" as far as the main cause of divorce in America. We view it as not a big deal. Divorce is considered easy and a way to instant gratification if our level of happiness is not constantly maintained. We don't mind going to battle, we just do not want to go to war, but war is typically what it takes to achieve victory. A marriage is one of the most if not the most difficult "responsibility" to have in life. It takes someone of true grit and iron resolve to be willing to go the whole way "until death do us part." I failed the first time, I do not plan on failing the second.
Watching this couple on the movie screen as a child, and then finding out that they ended up getting married later on because of the passion that they found on the set was fascinating to me. They were married a long time, especially for a "Hollywood" couple, but like many others their marriage failed as well. Like Eastwood's cowboy, Hogan's Crocodile Dundee seemed like a man who had what it takes to make a woman happy. It goes to show the power of "Hollywood" and that I should quit thinking like a boy.
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