Divorce? Good decision or bad decision?
what is your point of views and perceptions about Divorce? is divorce is the right decision to get detached from relation of marriage, what should we do, what are the other ways to get rid of this SIN?
Actually It is not a sin. God gave us this option because if either husband or wife think that they can no longer stay with each other then it is better to be separated. I have seen some cases where divorce was the only option left. At that time it is the right decision.
It can be both.
As far as children are concerned, a calm household may be more beneficial than a turbulent one, particularly if there are sporadic episodes of domestic violence. I grew up in a single parent household and have absolutely no recriminations. No regrets.
Agreed with the answer of @royalbert - but at that stage the person who suffer is the children, you can be happy with separation and next marriage but that will direct affect your child's life, it will leave a bad impact of shame for a whole life to live like that.
well if you have children then i don't think that divorce is a good decision because if husband & wife decided that they don't want to live together then in my opinion they should live together for the sake of their children.
I disagree on the point that God gave us that option...he didn't. Divorce is a man made thing!
Now I think it can go both ways. In most cases divorce is a bad decision, and usually means someone needs to grow up in the relationship. If you have stopped communicating in the relationship go talk with your spouse, that is the easiest solution.
Its not always a bad decision though! If the husband or wife is being abusive and will not stop, or if they are not honoring their marriage vows and continue not to care then it would be an option. Again though a man made option.
Just like it is a "man made option" to be abusive or cheat on your spouse.
Mostly it has been bad decision for majority of people. So think about your children and act carefully.
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