Essay about Should The Marriage Be Reformed?

828 Words Feb 19th, 2015 4 Pages
The society we live in today is full of divorced families and fewer people who care to save the marriage. It’s easier to move on to the next best thing and leave behind anything that we feel isn’t right or we are tired of trying together. Laws should be reformed to make it harder to get divorced to make marriage more of a commitment, focus on staying together, and give children a greater opportunity to live with both parents as a family. I feel this would aid in healthier devoted homes and a better society to live in. Marriage is a massive commitment for both husband and wife from the beginning. It’s blissful, fun, and full of eventful moments. From moment of saying “I do” and the everyday routines marriage is work that has to have full engagement. Like any career in life, ups, and downs, and working hard is not always what we would like to do. Marriage survives the same way, we may not always find ourselves designated to one person. We lose interest in the day to day life of marriage. I have witnessed many marriages end for lack of interest and willing ability to work to stay together. Since a divorce is easy to file it’s an easy out for many marriages. Divorce can be self-prepared and self-filled. No attorneys or representation needed. If additional laws are in place to quote “qualify for a divorce” it would be less of an opt-in option. Husband and wife would be obliged to work to save their relationship together and discover what fuels the marriage to make it work.…

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