The Top 10 Divorce Myths

 Just recently, I posted an article about the divorce rates of atheists compared to Christians. In light of this, I did a little research and came across this website regarding the top ten myths of divorce. Granted this doesn’t necessarily have to do with politics or religion, but it is interesting nonetheless. So enjoy the discussion of the most common misinformation about divorce. If you have anything to add to these myths, or just comments in general, please feel free to express them.

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  1. I have been working with troubled marriages for over 40 years and all of these myths ring true. My wife and I have been married for nearly half a century and had our ups and downs…some of them quite serious…no infidelity though…thank God. We have had major arguments in front of our children (with me doing most of the yelling). Our grown children now point to our commitment to each other as an example for them.
    By all the factors I found in your previous article (I looked at the research) we should not have survived. We were high school sweethearts and married young. We are conservative Christians. But we have always been passionately in love. Sometimes we haven’t liked each other, but the unconditional love (agape) we have as brother and sister in Christ has always bridged the gap.
    dwhitsett.wordpress.com

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