Infidelity also could fall under the situation of lack of communication. During a marriage, everything is not going to always be good. Nobody is perfect. But infidelity or cheating is more than likely to occur, if there are trust issues, or no understanding of the relationship. Because of the misunderstanding and outrages infidelity, divorce is the next step of a marriage.
Infidelity is the largest opprobrium around the world. It is well know that adultery will more than often lead to divorce yet Esther Perel a well-known psychotherapist, states that divorce is
When my parents became divorced, I was devastated. I was being moved place to place to both of my parents homes. The first couple of years I lived with my mom until I was about six years old. Then, due to my religion of Islam, my dad took custody of me. When I moved to California with my dad, I had a great time. My dad would take me to the gym with him, and I would play in the designated kids area. There, in that kids area, I met my best friend for life. It was then that I realized the divorce my mom and dad decided to have, was a blessing in disguise. I found out he had some of the same similarities as I did, his parents were divorced as well, and he also shared the same passion for video games as I did. Since then, my friend and I have had
On May 5th, 2013, my parents dropped the bomb on my two brothers and I that they were divorcing. I, at the time, couldn’t seem to understand why they were divorcing. They argued, a lot, but they always got over it and things always went back to normal. That’s why it was so surprising to me that they were splitting up. To be honest, I didn’t know much about divorces, so I didn’t know what to expect and it scared me. January 16th, 2014, is the day the divorce was final.
"Dad wants me to stay here and live with him. Is that okay?" my son asked. "He's promised me all kinds of "neat stuff" and I can get to know my step family better.
About 17% of divorces are caused by infidelity (“Cheating”)! Infidelity is one of the leading causes of divorce. Unfortunately, lack of communication can be a lead cause to infidelity. Couples who lack communication or common interests act out to other people. He or she find someone that is easier to talk to or someone who is more attractive. Sometimes these acts only happen once because the gilt gets to them, or they continue to see this other person until their spouse finds out. Children with cheating parents either follow in their footsteps or become the better person.
There are many ways in which infidelity can be explained depending on what you are reading or with whom you are speaking. Emotional and sexual infidelity is the two most studied forms of infidelity. The cognitive approach to infidelity explains that as our cognition is developing, we are also indirectly learning behaviors that could contribute to infidelity as adults. Infidelity no matter what the circumstances are surrounding it can leave both partners devastated. The circumstances surrounding infidelity can include a broad range excuses. The evolutionary approach to infidelity explains that men are more distressed by their partners committing sexual infidelity, whereas
Infidelity is another form of secrecy; it is “violation of a couple’s stated contract” (Webster Dictionary). It happens when an individual becomes connected with someone outside of the relationships, either in person or online. In the article The Secrets Couples keep, Marisa Cohen says, “In a perfect relationship, you wouldn’t keep anything from your sweetie?” (Cohen). Emotional affairs are appealing because it is easy to be close with someone who the individual doesn’t share any responsibility commitment with. It is possible to get good feelings when the person thinks they’re wonderful and doesn’t see their issues. Their relationship fails because one or both partners tries to have control. The love is torn and each person is left feeling
Assignment two was a personal narrative and I choose to write about the time I found out my parents were getting a divorce. I found out this information spring junior year. This assignment was very difficult for me to write, I struggled with writing my feelings on the paper. Throughout my writing career I have never been good at writing personal essays. Although, I struggled with writing my ideas on paper. I succeeded in giving sensory details and being able to create good dialogue between characters .While I feel my personal narrative made strong use of dialogue, sensory detail, and the overall idea. An essay can always be revised and edited. I needed to work on making sure my tenses are the same throughout, adding descriptions of characters,
I’ve been blindsided twice in my life, literally and figuratively. The first time at age seven. A drunk driver hit me while I walked through a parking lot, and again at sixteen, when my parents divorced. The closeness of my family was the basis of our survival after the accident, and conversely, why surviving the divorce was nearly impossible. Dinners were shared at the kitchen table every night, playing “high-low,” sharing the best and worst parts of our day. Friends always filled our house and would play “high-low” too; they found a stability in our home which they could not find in their own.
Personal Narrative: Divorce Mum had briefly informed me that we were going to a place that would
Advising him to look into some “faith-based” marriage counseling as well. According to One Marriage Under God, there are several organizations that help churches and people directly involved with marriages, learn how to build or rebuild “Christ-centered marriages and families” (Wright, p. 117). There are also many books that he could read to help him rebuild his marriage. I would personally recommend The Peacemaker, by Ken Sande. This book helps you bring peace back in to any relationship were trust has been
LLauren, unlike me, absolutely despises rain. I think its because the day my Dad made the divorce between my real mother clear, it was raining really hard. I remember that day. I think that was when I figured out the rain didn’t have to be something bad. I cried, and nobody noticed. They still thought I was strong, while I was cryi-“Hurry up!” Cherise whines outside the car. I groan, and survey the area enough to know that we’re at school. The moped expressions plastered on the students faces give it away. According to my stepsister, Cherise, she is the most popular, prettiest, and best girl at school. I snort as she guides me through her self -obsessed tour of herself. She’s even worse then Brittany Miller, one of my sister’s old bullying
Amidst the boredom of summer and a lasting drought, my parents came into our family room where my sister and I were trying to drown out the monotony. They sat us down with such a somber tone that it was palpable in the room. My mom cut straight to the chase and announced something that would change my life indefinitely. “Your dad and I are getting a divorce.”
The third cause for divorce is when there is infidelity in the marriage. In the past men were known for being unfaithful but now it is both men and women. Roughly, about sixty percent of men are unfaithful and forty percent of women are unfaithful. These numbers are outrages. Many men and women say they are unfaithful because there is no communication in the marriage. Their spouse does not know what is going on in their lives. Therefore, they turn to a coworker or friend for support and that became the gateway to their infidelity. Infidelity is one of the hardest things to cope with in a marriage. Because it makes the spouse feel insecure, self conscious, disgusted with their spouse, and embarrassed about him or herself, especially if the family finds out. Some spouses are not able to deal with the infidelity and they will end up getting a divorce.