Given the fact that a divorce is a hard and long process for self exploration after it's done. What makes you commit again?
Most Helpful Guy
I see no reason not to commit again. It takes time to move on from a breakup and whatever mess that results from it, but it doesn't take away your ability to love again. If you decide not to let yourself love again, you deprive yourself of a part of life that is a very fulfilling part of life. Divorce isn't as high as it is because marriage doesn't work as many believe, it's so high because people don't want to put in the work it takes to have a successful marriage. It's the easy way out! Wonderful long lasting relationships, whether or not marriage is involved, take a lot of work. They don't just happen and last. You need two people who love each other enough to want it to succeed. If that kind of love doesn't exist from both people in the relationship, it's not a good one. If you are willing to just take the easy way out, you don't really love your SO. If you both work on it, the odds of getting to the point of breaking up doesn't come up in many, many cases. If the relationship included a man that works to understand his lady, the odds of divorce go down. By saying that, I don't mean men are the reason most relationships end. I'm saying that this is a huge problem for women because they don't get a lot of what women need in her relationship. If men bother to learn how women tick, they would have a very happy lady and the man would be happier as well. A woman gives back tenfold what she gets from her man that makes her happy. A happy wife usually means a happy relationship.4
Most Helpful Girl
Many do, but they may not marry again if they lost a lot from the previous marriage.1