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“Divorce is never an option in any circumstance”

Heys guys! Okay so i got this question as my homework and im really struggling on it so can anyone please help x thankyou! It is a religious education question im meant to answer it out like an essay ( part 5 question) so 2 paragraphs for agree and 2 paragraphs for disagree and a conclusion x I really need help on this so if anyone who can please help me out i would appreciate it alot!! THANKYOU❤️
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Maybe some points you can include:

For:
- when you get married, you agree to be with each other for a lifetime
- other alternatives to divorce
- (you could include some religious arguments?) like for example, divorce isn’t generally allowed in the Catholic Church


Against:
- if a couple no longer love each other, then it wouldn’t be healthy for either to continue with their relationship
- if their relationship if causing stress and the couple are no longer acting on the same terms, perhaps divorce would be appropriate
- if one partner hurt the other (maybe adultery? Or domestic abuse?)

Conclusion: perhaps disagree, because in some case divorce would be the best option available however if the relationship still has possible chances of a future, then the couple should work to get it back on track

Hope this helpedd xx
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If a couple is no longer able to be part of a marriage it’s not healthy for either of them to continue banging their heads against a brick wall, especially if kids are involved.
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(Original post by natasha4902)
Maybe some points you can include:

For:
- when you get married, you agree to be with each other for a lifetime
- other alternatives to divorce
- (you could include some religious arguments?) like for example, divorce isn’t generally allowed in the Catholic Church


Against:
- if a couple no longer love each other, then it wouldn’t be healthy for either to continue with their relationship
- if their relationship if causing stress and the couple are no longer acting on the same terms, perhaps divorce would be appropriate
- if one partner hurt the other (maybe adultery? Or domestic abuse?)

Conclusion: perhaps disagree, because in some case divorce would be the best option available however if the relationship still has possible chances of a future, then the couple should work to get it back on track

Hope this helpedd xx
Thankyouu xxxx
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Thankyouu xxxx
Np xx
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Divorce is really messy if kids are involved.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
If a couple is no longer able to be part of a marriage it’s not healthy for either of them to continue banging their heads against a brick wall, especially if kids are involved.
Thankyou! X
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