Why do so many people get divorced these days, opposed to the 'olden days' when people seemed to stay together?
More people have the financial means to do so than before. No one is forced to stay in a dead relationship because they can't afford to move away.
It's too easy and alot of people only think of their happiness. The trend towards the destruction of the family has led to this and alot of other social and moral issues.
Women's equality and birth control. Once women were able to have their own careers and earn a living wage, you really didn't have to stay married or stay with one guy.
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