Divorce Should Be Made Harder to Obtain.

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Divorce should be made harder to obtain. Background Today some 19.4 million adults in America are divorced, representing 9.8 percent of the population, according to the survey. The Census also reports that over one million new divorces were registered in 2002. It is always hard to deal with divorce. Everyone in the family is hurt. Feelings of anger, sadness, depression, helplessness, loneliness, and guilt are common for separating or divorcing people. I believe it should be harder to marry and harder to divorce. It’s a serious commitment and entering and exiting should not be as easy as it is. Arguments 1. Marriage is meant to last forever and in wrong in religious. There are good social and moral reason to encourage marriage. Why does people get marry? Isn’t because of they love each other? What do you think is the purpose? Isn’t it because of two people decided to live together for good and bad? The couple was making a promise to love each other forever. We committed to god that we will have and hold this day forward, for better or worse. For richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death do we part? That’s why I said Marriage is meant to last forever even sometime it gets tough. 2. If divorce were made harder to get then fewer people would rush into marriage. I think if divorce were made harder to get then fewer people would rush into marriage…to many people right now get married fast thinking if something goes wrong they can always get a divorce. Harder to marry, harder to divorce 3. Divorce can affect the children. It is already difficult and painful for the husband and the wife, but divorce hurts more than just two people. Divorce is equally painful for the children. Divorce is almost always stressful for children. Most children do not want their parents to separate. Divorce also can strain parent-child
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