Mr. Walters 3rd Hour
Although I do not agree with getting married until you are positive that you want
to have a huge commitment to another person, I favor the easier divorce. I think that a
divorce is not really anyone's fault. (unless it is) The divorce should be done as quickly as
possible in either case.
If you find yourself getting married to the person that you thought you loved-but
later on in life you find that you weren't ready for marriage, then it's not really anyone's
fault. You may have made a mistake by getting married to quickly, but people make
Sometimes, you may find that your spouse and you make better friends than
husband and wife. That could happen and I'm sure it's probably already happened once or
twice. In this case, it is not really anyone's fault. You just go on with life just as you
always had before.
I think that people shouldn't get married until they are totally positive that their
spouse is the person that they want to have a lifetime commitment with. If they even think
twice, then they are not ready for marriage. I know that not everyone will feel the same
way that I do on this subject, but if everyone did, it could improve the divorce rate. I
think that we should just get the divorce over with as quickly as possible and get to living
our lives again.
I know someone's dad who got into a relationship with another woman. This
person's mother got married at a very young age. She thought she was ready, but she
wasn't. After being married and having three children, her husband told her that he had a
girlfriend. I would favor a quick divorce in this example also. Even though the marriage
could have been avoided, the man isn't supposed to get involved with someone else.
Getting married ties the couple down to one another. After you are married, there is no
more dating, no more messing around with other members of the opposite sex. You are