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Several individuals marry and divorce over and over. One lady on television was married 10 times. Is that too many?
No. It's a legal contract and if the person is mentally competent they can enter into it as often as they want.
I don't want to come across overly cynical (though I probably will do), but marriage and divorce seem to go cap in hand these days. By that, I mean you can't have one without the other, especially with a first marriage. Almost everyone I know are on their second marriage now, but I don't actually know anyone personally that is on a third, or fourth.
Sometimes I think it would be nice if we could just skip the first marriage and move straight onto the second, because it's these second relationships that seem to be the ones that work out the best.
A limit on the number of times folks can be married though? I'm not sure about that one, but perhaps the question should be more along the lines of a limit on the number of rug rats a person can have?
Marriage is worthless nowadays because people just get divorced anyway. It's not sacred anymore like it used to be.
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