Topics: Marriage, Divorce, Husband Pages: 3 (1117 words) Published: May 14, 2013

Lack of compromise, communication, commitment, and faith can drive a happy marriage into anger, distrust, frustration and loneliness, ending up in an extra marital affair, better known as adultery. At the beginning of a marriage everything seems fine and dandy, but as years pass by, routine blinds the married couple out of love and they fail to compromise about the daily activities. The couple communicates less and eventually stops communicating at all to avoid shouts and fights. In the process, they forget marriage is based on commitment, so they lose faith and hope about trying to make it work. Instead, they begin feeling neglected and rejected so the need for attention arises. In their need of affection, an outside person smiles at them or gives them a bit of attention and this leads to the beginning of adultery, which is the voluntary relationship between a married person and another person other than the lawful spouse.

Compromise is very essential on the little day to day routine of life. Some issues may be worth disagreements, but some are not. Leveling and understanding an agreement is a good way to put it. Whenever there are disagreements about a topic or a discussion, it can cause problems and over thinking, and it can bring the percentage of losing the spouse to a higher rate. One obvious signal to losing a loved one is when one of them just walks away ignoring what you have to say, and not wanting to listen and agree with what you have to inform them about. This can cause many problems if one gets upset or hurt, such as anger and/or melancholy, and can lead to arguments and cause one of the spouses to decide what they should do with the rest of their lives. A husband and wife do not always agree on things. And when they disagree, they cannot seem to come to a consensus, they can’t seem to compromise. They cannot agree to disagree. They begin to feel sudden feelings such as anger and resentment.

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