Essay on Cause and Effect of Divorce

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Cause and Effect of Divorce
“DIVORCE” – Just the sound of such word in any married couple or children’s ear can cause great agony that can even become terminal. Research and personal experience, has proven that in today's society, divorce is more common amongst newlyweds. Since 2009 the rate of divorce has increased to approximately forty percent, There are three out of every ten marriage that ends up in divorce before it reaches the stage of maturity, and the most prevalent results are – lack of communication and infidelity. A Prominent saying state – “Good Communication is the key to a healthy relationship or marriage”; whether it may be verbal or non-verbal. Many marriages end up in divorce, because of neglecting to communicate
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Unfortunately such is not the case in today’s society; spouses are taking each other for granted and neglecting what they use to see and yearn for before they became married. Spouses wake up in the morning, barely saying a word to each other or children, get dressed, and walk out the door. Such case can inevitably result in spouses becoming vulnerable, separate, and commit adultery with the person who listens and communicates with them, and at the same time, cause the children to seek attention by joining a gang or engaging themselves with bad company.

In most marriages, divorce is caused by an obsessive, cheating spouse. Majority of the time, you hear women complaining – “My husband refuses to keep his private part in his pants, he wants to ‘screw’ everything that wears skirt, and I cannot endure the agony anymore, I want a divorce.” When a couple divorce because of infidelity, it does not only devastates the person who was faithful in the marriage, but also the children. Research has shown that children, who grow up in an environment where their parents divorced as a result of cheating, may become insecure and doubtful while some may think it’s perfectly alright to do the same, and become promiscuous. Some children become emotionally detached and perform poorly academically. Sometimes they become overweight and unattractive, and at the same time, failing to take care of their personal
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