Can Wedding Vows Be Made Irrevocable? What Logic Does The Court Use In Revoking The Wedding Vow...
‘Until Death Do Us Part’ During A Divorce?
I know women who were raped by their husbands.
I know women who were beaten by their husbands.
I know men who were cheated on by their wives.
I know too many people who were in horrible situations, to think that they wouldn't be allowed to leave these situations is a horrible thought.
Divorce exsists because sometimes people change, sometimes people lie about who they really are.. and you shouldn't have to die or be killed by the person you swore your vows to just to make the "until death" part stick.
For others who aren't suffering from domestic abuse or emotional and mental torture - I do believe some courts encourage marriage counsiling first, but I could be wrong.
by Benbalsam Lee 7 years ago
What do you think of omitting the word "obey" from the wedding vows?
by dhanunjaya777 8 years ago
It is the season of renewing wedding vows and it seems Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds have also given in to the trend. The two are reportedly planning to renew their vows to celebrate their second wedding anniversary later this year.Johansson and Reynolds married in September, 2008, but have...
by Kerrie Giles 9 years ago
Do women find it easier then men to write their own wedding vows?Do you think this is because women can share their feeling more easily or is this just a myth?
by Jackson Riddle 9 years ago
I was thinking of having something along the lines of this for my wedding vowels.We're no strangers to loveYou know the rules and so do IA full commitment's what I'm thinking ofYou wouldn't get this from any other guyI just wanna tell you how I'm feelingGotta make you understandNever gonna give you...
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
Do you prefer traditional wedding vows or your own and why?Since I was so very young when I married and we were both very shy then ... we just went with the traditional wedding vows. However, I am always moved to tears when I hear the vows that each one has written for the other, so...
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