Cause and Effect of Divorice

Cause and Effect of Divorice

Divorce and it’s Causes

Latonya Williams
June 5, 2011
English 115
Professor Weekley

You know that divorce is more common these days, but do you know the causes? According to the statistics offered by INEGI in a survey practiced in 2005, 70% of the couples who get married take the decision of getting divorce ( However, some couples are unable to maintain their relationship, therefore they choose divorce, which is one of the solutions to deal with with problems between husband and wife. Besides, most people think carefully before they get marriage. Not really, because if they did we wouldn’t have high rates on divorces. However, the divorce rates trend to continually increase today, thus it might be argued that divorces can be taken place easier than the past. There are many reasons why they make this decision, but there are three reason many tend to think are the main causes which are lack of communication, financial issues, and abuse.
Lack of communication I feel is one of the main causes of divorce. A marriage is already suffering tends to go down hill when the lines of communication stop working. You cannot have an effective relationship if either party does not discuss his or her feelings, cannot talk about his/her mutual or personal issues, and expects his or her partner to guess what the whole problem is about. We have to remember that our partners are not physic and can’t poof an answer to our problems out of thin air without knowing what the problem is.

Another cause of divorce is financial issues. Money is the root to all evil and if one is not pulling their own weight of what they have promised to do then this can be a disaster. The first significant cause of recent rise in the rates of divorce is the roles of women have changed. In the past, men where considered the sole bread winners of the family, while woman only do housework, therefore women have no money...

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