Topics: Marriage, Divorce, Husband Pages: 2 (528 words) Published: May 8, 2013
Marriage is something sacred to preachers and religious people. Once you’ve decided to get married it’s because you are sure that that is the person you will be spending the rest of your life with. People get divorced for simple reasons, it hurts the children growing up in that situation, and divorce influences the community. Divorce is not an option after you have said your vows to God, and it is justified only if one spouse has cheated on the other. People get divorced for the simplest of reason. Take Kim Kardashian and her former husband, basketball player Kris Humphries for example. They only saw each other now and again and decided to get married after a relationship of couple of months. They got married and divorced after 72 days because of irreconcilable differences. They got divorced because they didn’t know each other well enough. They had nothing in common and they didn’t like when one person does a thing or the other. People shouldn’t get married just for the fun of it and say “Well there is always divorce”. You should always know the person very well before marring him or her, so that when you marry you learn to live with their little defects. Getting divorced is wrong in the eyes of God especially if it’s for simple things. Divorce influences a community because everyone thinks that you’re better off when living as common-law. They ask “What’s the point of marriage when you will end up getting a divorce and spend lots of money for it”. People think that you live happier when you’re not married, and that you have fewer problems, but as soon as you decide to tie the knot you start having lots of problems. Most people in this country are common-law because they feel its best that way, and you save money if you should separate. Divorce affects children because they blame their selves. They think that it’s their fault that their parents are divorced, or they would end up blaming one of the parents because they will say “It’s your fault for...
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