Do you think there should be a certain number of days/months/years people should be together in order to get married?Posted by: PetersSmith
Divorce rates may be the highest they've been in history. Do you think more marriages will last if they have to be "dating" or "engaged" in order to get married? You could also use martial abuse, adultery, and many other things for your reasoning.
Yes, people should have to be with each other for a longer period of time in order to get married, thus proving if they really do love each other.
No, people should be able to get married the day they meet each other (metaphorically and literally speaking)
Work on your spelling please. I believe a strong relationship should be made before couples are married so marriage doesn't become meaningless.
People can get divocred if thy want to waste money on a wedding that will be divorced soon that is thier problem not mine .
If you want to lower the divorce rate change how divorces are handled. Rather than one party getting more than the other divide the assets equally no matter what.
That's fascism. Telling people what they cannot and can do with their bodies while not harming people against their will, is fascism and wrong.
People can worship a voice in the sky
Marriage has a legal meaning that is usually different than any ideological meaning it is given. So, with the legal definition it can never become meaningless. You are either married and defined as such or you are not and defined as something else. Any other meaning given to marriage is subjective and I don't believe in thought control, so I don't believe we have any right to try and force people to believe something in particular way.
Also, marriage shouldn't even be part of the government.
It wouldn't make much difference. We're dealing with human nature. There was a time when there were very few divorces in America. I believe it was because we had better moral values back then. And what were those values based on? Can anyone guess?