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What do you think is the biggest reason for divorce?

Mar 29th 2012

  • Religion - 3.0%
  • Finances - 12.4%
  • Politics - 0.0%
  • Infidelity - 28.9%
  • Children - 1.0%
  • Lack of Commitment - 54.7%

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May 14th, 2014 - Mary-981059 said:

The lack of a strong conviction about the Catholic Faith. The lack of maturity on the part of both individuals. The lack of persistence, patience, and perseverance to make the relationship to work. The lack of knowledge of the difference between right and wrong. The lack of piety. The lack of humility. The lack of a solid family background when it comes to morality and principles: my parents were divorced, it is alright for me to divorce too. Short summary: the lack of love of God, and fear of the Lord. Life is difficult, but it is worth to work hard at living it up with decency, with morality, with principles, with dignity, and all of this can be obtained by being immersed in the Catholic teachings. Life is not a bed of roses, and if we find roses, those roses have thorns and we need to be careful.

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May 4th, 2014 - Cheryl-1159 said:

I think infidelity is the biggest factor. A relationship seems to be lacking or needs excitement so the solution seems to be to find another source. I think this really speaks to how people are before they get married and the lifestyles they lead. If you are used to having multiple partners before you are married and don't practice self control or narrowing down to one person then you are learning a behavior or habit that may be hard to turn off later.

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April 25th, 2014 - John-879088 said:

I had no idea that I was marrying someone that based upon the fact that she was a fellow graduate student in my engineering program that was supposed to have a BSEE electrical engineering degree from the Peoples Republic of China, that our large State University had checked all of her credentials and I believed that she was divorced from a forced marriage in a communist country. It turned out that she never received a divorce and was married at the time of our fraudulent marriage. Nowmy annulment is in Limbo, because there are differing opinions as to whether we were actually married. We had a daughter whom I raised 90% and the CPS best interest lawyer proved physical and severe mental abuse on the part of the mother and my adopted daughter that I brought over from China. I believed that she would culturally adjust and tried my best. She even went to RCIA and put on a front as a Catholic and fooled early everyone including myself. I found over 200emails from her actual husband with my so-called spouse and his daughter. I found that she knew nothing of basic electronics and that the BSEE was also a lie. It has been 4 yrs. since the divorce and after $70,000,I have no more cash to fight it out in court and still do not actually know if there is actually an existing marriage. It has affected various friendships and I have seen no females for relationships in that four year time period and have led a chaste life for the past 16 years though her affairs started ,I now have found out even during our engagement. It seems to me that this is quite common with Red China and know 4other professionals that were married to her friends and that they were divorced with great monetary loss and all play the same game as is being perpetuated in my case. The only miracle that came from all of this ismy16 yr. old daughter who is a devout Catholic and is becoming aware of the facts that the sins are not ours. We have a caseworker at Senator John McCain's U.S. Senate Office who continually collects fraudulent evidence and they admit

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April 6th, 2014 - Maria-732002 said:

Everything has an effect especially communication.

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March 31st, 2014 - Edel-72251 said:

As a NFP teacher and catechist I believe contraception and materialism ( distractive worldly allures) and not receiving the sacraments with a reverent disposition results in stunted personal growth and communication.

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March 31st, 2014 - Edel-72251 said:

As a NFP teacher and catechist I believe contraception and materialism ( distractive worldly allures) and not receiving the sacraments with a reverent disposition results in stunted personal growth and communication.

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Poll Demographics

Religion (3 votes)
Overall Response
2.4%
Men
5.0%
Women
1.2%
18-25 yr olds
0.0%
26-35 yr olds
0.0%
36-50 yr olds
0.0%
51+ yr olds
5.2%
Finances (15 votes)
Overall Response
12.0%
Men
20.0%
Women
8.2%
18-25 yr olds
0.0%
26-35 yr olds
0.0%
36-50 yr olds
13.0%
51+ yr olds
15.5%
Politics (0 votes)
Overall Response
0.0%
Men
0.0%
Women
0.0%
18-25 yr olds
0.0%
26-35 yr olds
0.0%
36-50 yr olds
0.0%
51+ yr olds
0.0%
Infidelity (33 votes)
Overall Response
26.4%
Men
20.0%
Women
29.4%
18-25 yr olds
0.0%
26-35 yr olds
26.3%
36-50 yr olds
30.4%
51+ yr olds
24.1%
Children (2 votes)
Overall Response
1.6%
Men
2.5%
Women
1.2%
18-25 yr olds
0.0%
26-35 yr olds
5.3%
36-50 yr olds
2.2%
51+ yr olds
0.0%
Lack of Commitment (72 votes)
Overall Response
57.6%
Men
52.5%
Women
60.0%
18-25 yr olds
100.0%
26-35 yr olds
68.4%
36-50 yr olds
54.3%
51+ yr olds
55.2%