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Social Problems, Their Causes and Solutions

By | April 2011
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|Divorce, Terrorism | |Definitions, Causes, Effects, Solutions and Cases | | |

Muhammad Tayyab

Divorce

A divorce is a legal action between married people to terminate their marriage relationship. It can be referred to as dissolution of marriage and is basically, the legal action that ends the marriage before the death of either spouse.

Causes of Divorce:

1) Infidelity:

Infidelity or extra marital affair as it may be called is one major cause of the increase in divorce. The new age society has got numerous different avenues, which enable people to get closely acquainted. There is increased interaction in the workplace. The regular clubs, gymnasiums etc. also provide chances of greater interaction with others. In the day and age of mobile telephony and Internet chatting, it is much easier and simpler to make friends and remain in constant touch with them. All this combined may result in lesser time for one to spend with his or her spouse and greater interaction with outsiders. This is one of the major causes for an increase in extra marital affairs and its consequent impact upon the rate of divorce.

2) Physical Abuse:

The modern day lifestyle is full of pressures on all fronts of the human social life. There may be pressures at the workplace, peer pressures to have a better lifestyle and so on and so forth. This may result in an individual leading a highly stressed out lifestyle. As the stress accumulates, it automatically searches for avenues to let out the steam. The easiest avenue is one's spouse. Thus a small argument may turn into a big fight and it may result in applying violent methods...

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