• it makes more sence than marring for hate and divorcing for love.
    • Nosmo King
      Good answer, cobber! Lol:)
  • There's a lot that happens in between.
  • Possibly because people today mistake hormones and infatuation for love. So they marry people who 'smell good', only to discover over the years that they are totally incompatible with them.
  • Because people mistake love with other things that it is not, and when their idealisim fails them in their unrealistic expectations going un met, they find out too late that it was never love at all if it could change to hate in the first place. Although hate is the polar opposite of love so? "let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediment. Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds." Shakesphere. *Im sorry if that was misquoted, It was from memory and memory seems to be failing me these days...
  • Because no matter how many times we said we were glad to pick up the feminine products we actually hated it.
  • beacuse thats the magic of marriage
  • Have you never heard the expression "there is a fine line between love and hate"?
    • Nosmo King
      It's a song, isn't it?
  • Bad behavior.
  • Because some people have (Heaven forbid) split personalities and may not be the same person as when they first got married. That's one of the many reasons why I would rather not get married. We never know from one day to the next who is going to turn out to be a Jekyll-and-Hyde weirdo. I couldn't stay with someone like that for more than a day without being driven insane.
  • Things change. People change. If you marry someone for their personality, and then that changes while the two people are married, it can cause them to drift apart. Arguments. It is never the child's fault. My parents got divorced because they drifted apart. It happens a lot. Best not to dwell on it.

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