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MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE

MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE



According to statistics, marriages still outnumber divorces, but the gap is closing too fast. Why is marriage becoming a failed institution so quickly?

I can't understand how two people, madly in love at first, suddenly find that they are incompatible, and totally miserable in a marriage that should never have been?

How is it possible for a couple to love each other in the beginning, only to end up hating, even despising one another? What events have caused loving relationships to completely breakdown?

Are you happily married? If so, what have you found to be the secret formula for a happy and lasting marriage?

Are you now divorced? If so, why do you feel your marriage failed?
What factors caused you or your partner to decide that you wished to no longer remain married? For those who have children, what effects did your divorce cause for them?

If you are divorced, do you wish to ever again remarry?

For those of you how have never been married, does the institution of marriage frighten you as much as it does me? Have your personal observations, or the statistics on failed marriages, frightened you away from ever taking that step?

My personal choice is to remain a confirmed Bachelorette. How many of you have decided to remain a Bachelorette? A Bachelor?

When it comes to this most important step in your life, do you feel it's best to think with your head, or think with your heart?

Could you please give me your thoughts on some of my questions?



PLAYGIRL'S EXOTIC WORLD


PLAYGIRL'S DIVORCE AND MARRIAGE QUOTES:
"As long as it's LEAGAL, I can pretty much do whatever
I wish, and behave in whatever outrageous manner I
want. Why? Because I'm SINGLE, because I'm FREE,
because I'm NOT in love, and because
I'm TOTALLY independent!"
- Playgirl

"When two people decide to get a divorce,
it isn't a sign that they "don't understand"
one another, but a sign that they have,
at last, begun to."
- Helen Rowland

"A divorce is like an amputation: you
survive it, but there's less of you."
- Margaret Atwood

"Women marry men hoping they will change.
Men marry women hoping they will not.
So each is inevitably disappointed."
- Albert Einstein
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