Most Helpful Guy
young people want everything to be easy. Relationships are not easy and being married is a lot harder then just dating someone or even just living with someone. As soon as they hit trouble, and you will hit trouble, they get divorced instead of fighting. For many it was because that is what they learned in their family. I was taught that if you can fall in love, you can work it out. My family had exactly 2 people my mom and dad's age that were divorced. My uncle after 30 years of marriage. My ex wife, everyone in her small family except 1 uncle was divorced. her mom was divorced 2x. We never had a chance. She barely gave anything to trying to fix it. I would have never asked for a divorce.
Unless one of the two people have said " I refuse to do anything else", then there is always a way to fix it. unfortunately, she just refused to try. And she was bringing up shit from out wedding 20 years before. If you hold on to ridiculous shit that long, there is no hope. Esp when I had nothing to do with the wedding, that was her, her mom and my mom. I just did what they told me to do... all I wanted was her.
Most Helpful Girl
I think the pic you posted says enough. In the current western age if you want something you buy it. If it's broken, you throw it away and buy a newer better version of that product. I also think it has something to do with people being connected differently than 50 years ago. Currently you can go on any random website and find the love of your life, or cheat on your partner. It's as easy as that. Where as back then you'd have to go to a certain district or w. e to cheat. Of course there were friends you could cheat with etc. but at this moment these friends are everywhere --> a. k. a. the internet.