I have heard so many people claim that they simply don't believe in divorce. But what does that mean? How can that be?
1. Are you willing to stay in a bad marriage?
Would a person really be willing to throw the rest of their life away, just because they made a bad decision in getting married to the wrong person? It simply doesn't make sense to stay in something that doesn't bring joy, simply because of a moral philosophy to not get divorced.
2. What about the kids?
Do children have to suffer for mistakes made by 2 consenting adults who decided to join in union? My answer would be "no". I have seen parents fight like crazy, in toxic and abusive relationships. In a case like that, the well being of the child needs to outdo the mentality that divorce is not an option.
3. Sometimes people make mistakes, accept it
Accepting that a marriage has gone in a sour direction, and that it can no longer function would be the mature thing to do. People have a hard time accepting failure. Living in denial is the best way to cheat yourself.