I have been married for 2 amazing years to my husband. You may say we are still in the honeymoon period but I think I have a stronger commitment to him than a lot of other people in the world. I am 24 years old, but am in no way immature.
People get married because they love someone. That is fair enough. People get divorced because life gets too hard, or they "fall out of love" with their partner. This is bullshit in my opinion. People fall out of love with other people because they are not getting what they need from a relationship.
My husband and I may well go through hard times in the future. We might go through times where we might think we don't love each other anymore. I don't see this happening because he is my best friend in every way, but if we do, I know that we will work through it.
My question is, Do you think divorce is too easy?
Do people just get married because it seems like a good idea at the time, and if it doesn't work out, who cares, there's always divorce?
Debate Really??? How's that working out? Ok fair call, but that's not what I meant to say. Bad sentence on my part. What I meant to say is that people get married too quickly and too easily without considering the future. I did not mean to imply that my relationship is better than anyone else's, I just think I have a more realistic approach to what may happen in the future and how to deal with it instead of turning to divorce. But the whole point of my question was to get other peoples opinions to see if mine were valid. Also, fairly sure I didn't say "stronger commitment than most".