I kinda think it should. Marriages, in the traditional sense, should last a lifetime. The only reasons I could see going for a divorce is if the guy was abusive, or if a partner cheated on their spouse. Other than that, I view marriage as a permanent thing.
What do people here think?
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Well, my wife to be and I met when we were 20 and we're still happy together and neither of us thought about divorce at a given moment during all that time.
Other people can do the same, given luck, insight, empathy, patience and good will.
-I know NOW for certain that with at least three of my girlfriends I would NOT be happy now if I had married them (nor would they be, I think)
-With other girls I didn't marry I could have had a good marriage.
That I know NOW, with hindsight, with the knowledge I didn't have (or only very little of it) at 20.
Thus yes, I could have married the 'wrong' girl and be unhappy with her or make her unhappy.
I know it doesn't always happen like it happened to my wife and me.
Who would I then be to judge people who divorce?
It's better to have a honest divorce and be free than to live a prison-like marriage.
Multiple divorces? Why not?
People can make more than one error in their life.1