You made it that far? I turned it off after the ten seconds.I got about a third of the way through the video. The analysis being done here was more about ridiculing this couple and badly mis-analyzing where this couple is coming from and I didn't want to hear anymore.
I think the idea of divorcing in protest is stupid, if for no other reason than they're saying they don't want to recognize the Government's role in marriage anymore and yet they want to get a divorce.... well guess what entity handles the divorce? That would be the Government through the courts. I think it's about getting attention and a good deal of publicity seeking.
But maybe it doesn't matter. Welcome to America where marriage doesn't mean squat anymore.
Mine means a lot to me too, I just meant culturally... And I don't even mean gay marriage when I say that. Even before all this stuff started the divorce rate was at record highs with the average length of a marriage being somewhere around 10 years, if I recall correctly.Why do you think marriage doesn't mean squat here in the US? My marriage means a lot to me.
Oh, for sure. I've read on tons of relationship advice forums where this one person has a problem (like the husband plays too many video games and doesn't help around the house) and everyone automatically cries, "He's an immature slob! You don't deserve that! Divorce him and get a real man!" What happened to communication, understanding, compromise, etc? I'm sure there are two sides to the story....yeah, he should be more active around the house, but maybe that's his stress relief? Maybe he doesn't realize how fed up she is?I think many people view marriage as disposable or only valid when convenient. What ever happened to through rich and through poor and til death do us part?
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