The reasons why you decided to get a divorce has an impact on the chances of reconciliation.
If a divorced couple lacked effective communication skills or lost the passion they once had, which caused the break up - reestablishment of the relationship could happen with some major work on the issues that were present during marriage.
No matter how enlightened we are as a culture, it is still uncommon for men to be the primary caregivers, and women the financial provider.
Despite the security and sense of identity traditional marriages provide, they enable men to neglect the particular areas of personal growth that separation and divorce forced them to face.
Our Lord's questioners responded by asking why Moses commanded that one give his wife a bill or certificate of divorce.
Jesus made it very clear that Moses never commanded divorce; he permitted it because of the hardness of men's hearts (Matthew 19:7-8). In a sinful, fallen, world, divorce is a pragmatic way of dealing with broken relationships.
Dating after divorce is both similar to and very different from dating before marriage. A divorced guy is VERY different than a guy who has never been married. ” No divorced guy wants to be asked these questions. He just knows he just got divorced and can only handle the present, for right now.
Most people want to give their children a loving two-parent household, so when the realization that this dream is no longer real takes hold, parents begin to contemplate reconciliation.The question they had for Jesus was, "Could one divorce for any and every reason?" This seems to be the same attitude we see in our own day.As expected, women initiating divorce ultimately identify their spouse as the “true” initiator.The irony is that men, despite their own dissatisfaction are more likely to resist divorce.