Principal or Tradition
Love and Relationships
I have always been the type of individual that others come to when they have problems. Successfully I have contributed to helping others maintain marriages that was near its end. While Certified in Developing Capable People Skills, I intend to move forward to a Master's in Criminal Psychology. Why? I have no idea when my best potentials are obviously helping others remain married, and gain stability in their life, and so forth. The rewards for my efforts and advice have been a great reward. Examining marriage, traditions, and principals, I feel can help gain a better understanding, as well as help us to look inside ourselves to see where we can improve in our lives, and in our marriage. We must remember that God instilled in us the truth that leads to success. If you listen to your conscious, you can often find it easy to resolve most issues. We must be careful listening to our hearts, as the bible states, “the heart is treacherous and deceiving.” If we want a successful marriage, we must submit to God's word by following his principals laid out in the bible.
Marriage is a commitment between two mutual individuals that is often taking lightly nowadays. A long time ago, it was nearly impossible to get a divorce; today however, nearly everyone can get a divorce on most grounds. The bible clearly states that the only grounds for divorce are adultery. Yet many today go to the County Clerk , Priest or some religious minister to take their vows and shortly thereafter file for divorce by reasons that are inconsistent of adultery. Often the motive is to test the arrangement for a time to see if the two are compatible. When there is a breakdown in the marriage, often couples will resort to divorce rather than find a solution for making the marriage work, or else commit to outside relationships believing the fornication acts will result to repairing of the marriage. Whether you have financial burdens, stresses of everyday living, pressures in the family, or influences that lead you astray, it takes work to lay a solid foundation for marriage. The price you will pay for working together will exceed the price you will pay for ignoring God's laws and principals.
The consequences of divorce often include alimony, in which include repayments for alimony issued by the courts. (Rapid Law) Lawyer fees, arrearages, property, child support, and other fees are pending when filing for divorce. As you can see, there is a high price to pay for lack of effort in a marriage arrangement. “What God yoked together, let no man pull apart.” If a woman is in a relationship and her spouse is abusive, the woman has a right to ask for an officially permitted separation. If the man is not supporting his family, or committing adultery then a woman has a right to ask for a separation or divorce. The listed are the only recordings legal rights originally lay out whereas a man and woman can divorce or separate, yet the law often goes against the principals, and permit divorcing on any grounds.
Changing Traditions and Principals
The traditional and principal laws are often changing, which most times leads people to confusion. When people are misled, or adjusted constantly they often find it easy to take the shallow road to relief, rather than taking the extended road to recovery.
Some of the common reasons for divorce are jealousy, (which is easily fixed), abandonment, abuse, bigamy, imprisonment, guilt, adultery, and conflicting beliefs; decrease in sexual/mental/emotional satisfaction and breakdowns due to lack of work on both parts. Examining the reasons we can see that, bigamy is officially unauthorized, since it is adultery; adultery is a lawful reason, but for the most part, the reasons are shallow. Of course, no one should remain in an abusive relationship. It is nearly impossible for abusive partners to change their course. Guilt stems from lack of participating, sinful acts, or going against conscious beliefs. Imprisonment is obviously another issue that we would examine closely. Sexual, mental, and emotional issues are no reason to take the shallow road to resolve. In fact, the reason is often resolvable by both parties by understanding each other, communicating, and working toward gratification within the marriage arrangement. Breakdowns in a marriage are resolvable in most cases, providing the couple works together to find the source, come to agreement, and move forward.