Has anyone else noticed the age group here? Not all but, most of the people facing divorce are in their 30's and 40's. Can someone explain to me what is going on? Is it because of the major hormone changes we all go through during this time in our lives. Is it a chemical imbalance? Do we become so different, that the person we married in our 20's no longer wants us because we can't give them what they need? What happens to Will you love, comfort, honor and keep, in sickness and in health, for richer, for poorer, for better, for worse, in sadness and in joy, to cherish and continually bestow upon your hearts deepest devotion, forsaking all others, keep yourself only unto them as long as you both shall live? Has society made divorce so acceptable that when times get tough they bail on us? Thinking well, that didn't work there's got to be someone else that makes me happier. I guess it's so much easier to give up, than to stay and work on a marriage that was meant to be forever.
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