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Old 09-08-2011, 03:52 PM
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Why do people decide to get married then just have a divorce after? It is so frustrating to see happy couples before, then now they just fight and argue their hearts out. Then when asked what is really the real cause of their arguments, they cant trace it back anymore. Some say because of jealousy in relationships, a jealous partner, cheating issues, money issues and etc. A lot of problems when in fact it could just be solved it they sit and talk it out seriously. Just don't get married if you can't handle this kind of pressure. [Only registered users see links. ] should be more than prepared than ever.
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Old 09-22-2011, 01:00 PM
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I agree. If you get divorce so please don't marry. It also spoils kids life if their parents get divorce.
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Old 09-30-2011, 06:09 PM
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I believe when they decide to marry, they also decide to stay together. But life have ways to test the bond.

Science may or may not be able to explain this but... I see science (scientist) have attempt to make logic out of it.

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i am agree with you...
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I'm not a doctor or a specialist in the area but I do know that biological changes in the body as we get older change in many ways affecting even the way we think. I believe I'm going threw some things at 49 that I have not dealt with before and struggling to correctly extrapulate my decisions by keeping an open mind on what I do know despite my feelings. perhaps for some people it's just easier to let it go. don't know! for sure but pretty sure that yes it is very possible that it can have a strong influence on the situation.
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