Married for the Weekend
The sanctity of marriage has shifted as each era comes and goes. A couple celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary is now considered uncommon.
We all know that the introduction of every new piece of technology lends more reason to decrease effective communication in day-to-day interactions. We also know that with increased opportunities in our consumer-driven societies, it has created a lack of commitment.
As a society, when did we decide that marriage, or divorce, were so commonplace that anyone and everyone with an email address could enter themselves into? There is no love or trust or communication involved. There is no hard work. There is no “stay together for the kids”. There are only contest rules and the enticement of a free weekend away.
In order for the divorce rates to ever decrease, we need to stop making a mockery of marriage.