Do you think before you get married that if it doesn't work out, you can just ge

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  1. Ingenira profile image85
    Ingeniraposted 8 years ago

    Do you think before you get married that if it doesn't work out, you can just get a divorce ? Or...

    do you think that you are going to "live happily ever after" ?

  2. sofs profile image88
    sofsposted 8 years ago

    Nope, before you get married you need to think positive and in terms of make it work. Divorce is the easy way out  it is escapist in nature. To think happily ever after is too idealistic, a little realism and down to earth thinking would help.

  3. vydyulashashi profile image58
    vydyulashashiposted 8 years ago

    immediately after marriage we should not give up.
    marriage is a very precious relation and it needs a constant learning how to make it happy,closer to each other and how to make the bond stronger.
    break up is easy and finding new one is also easy but what is guarantee that you will find the true one??

  4. skgrao profile image70
    skgraoposted 8 years ago

    There is nothing to think before getting married,getting married is more important.Get married and have as many children as you can support,educate and get them married.In the process you would have Life's experience and sitting back at the end of it all you would spend your life in sweet memories sitting by the side of your life's partner.

  5. JillKostow profile image89
    JillKostowposted 8 years ago

    If you are thinking before marrige you can get a divorice if it doesn't work out, why would you marry that person in the first place?  To me that would mean there are some kind of doubts running through your mind that you may feel you can not over come.  Also I don't think you can expect to live happily ever after, because by having that mindset you are setting yourself up for some disappointment.  You have to take the good and bad times as they come, and I think everything will work itself out in the long run.

  6. swapna123 profile image63
    swapna123posted 8 years ago

    No. If someone is thinking on those lines, it just means that they are not yet ready for the marriage. Marriage is a life time commitment and if you really love each another , you would be willing to do everything you can to make it work.
    Divorce is never an easy way out, and can leave scars that last a lifetime. It should be the last resort and never an 'option' !

  7. waters profile image61
    watersposted 8 years ago

    A friend once joked to me that marriage is the first thing that leads to divorce.
    Seriously though my answer would be no. You should want to be together for life, if not you should not even think of marriage.


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