Divors Rate in Canada

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There was a time when one out of a human marriage’s used to end in a divorce. “ A divorce is like and ampulation: you survive it, but there’s less of you” by Margaret Atwood. It is a legal action between married people to terminate their marriage relationship. It can also be defined as the dissolution of marriage. In my opinion, for almost all people it is very hard to deal with this kind of situation. No one enters a marriage life believing that some day it will end up in divorce but due to their habits, feelings, misunderstandings most of the marriages are ending up. The divorce rates have increased since the Divorce laws has been introduced in 1968, 20% of all divorces in Canada are a repeat divorce for atleast one of the spouses. With that, the divorce rate for first marriages is lower than the divorce rate for all other marriages. There were 27,577 divorces in Ontario in 2001 and the statistics showed that the number of marriages are declining and the number of the families living in common- relationships are increasing, although these relationships also lead to marriage but are short lived. In our society, people want only what is good for themselves, even if it is not the best for someone else. The importance of me has overtook the place of importance of family and they have changed their attitude towards marriage as it is very easy to fill out the papers for divorce and get a divorce. This explains the higher rates of divorces but with these the most common causes are communication breakdown between the couples, money, sexual incompatibility, different leisure time activities, financial collapse, wrong expectations, sexual unfaithfulness, drug abusement, poor...
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