Why Do Marriages Fail?
In the world today, there are a lot of people wanting to marry the first person they fall in love with. However, many married couples realized that this kind of marriage is not what they want, so they turn to divorce as an answer. Even though there are many ways to fix the problems that occur in a marriage, sometimes, nobody wants to use them. It is certain that the causes of divorce vary from couple to couple. The most common reasons marriages fail are communication, the altering role of women, infidelity and unconsciously of choosing a mate based on your parents.
Firstly, one of the most common reasons why marriages fail is that people will not listen to one another . In today's society there are very few good listeners in the world. After marriage, people think that they already know everything about their spouse. They could know just the opposite. Two spouses must always keep a form of communication with each other. If a person begins to fail to listen to the one another; then someone could think that the other is not being true to the marriage.
Annie Roiphe Why Marriages Fail?” stated “ A man and a woman must be able to tell each other how they feel and why they feel the way they do; otherwise they will impose on each other roles and actions that lead to further unhappiness.” (Annie Roiphe, 552) Good communication is an important part of a healthy relationship. When people stop communicating well, they stop relating well, and times of change or stress can really bring out disconnect. As long as you are communicating, you can work through whatever problem you’re facing.
I’ve have witnessed firsthand how the lack of communication can destroy a marriage. My oldest sister had gotten married to her high school sweetheart. They had two kids together and eventually brought their own house together. Things began to go downhill when my sister’s husband started experiencing drugs. They both worked long hours at work and...
Cited: ROIPHE, ANNIE. "WHY MARRIAGES FAIL?" STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFUL WRITING. 9TH ed. NEW YORK: PEARSON EDUCATION, 2011. 551-53. Print.
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