Kim Kardashian is getting divorced after 72 days of marriage.
I know, I know. Let me give you a moment to weep. (Sarcasm…)
Who didn’t see this coming? I mean, really?
I won’t get off on a tangent about the Kardashians and how I think they contribute to the degradation of society, and that those who watch/emulate/admire said persons and those like them are complete and utter morons. No, I won’t go there.
Instead, I’ll point out that once again, the sanctity of marriage has been spat upon.
Happily ever after is subject to “happily until I’m not happy anymore.” Vows mean nothing. Vows are a joke.
And let’s just be honest–irreconcilable differences is a phrase used for those who don’t want to be honest about why they’re really getting divorced.
So, some questions for you.
1. Should it be more difficult to get married? Meaning, should we impose requirements, like pre-marital counseling for all couples? Should getting a marriage license be more difficult?
2. Should divorce laws be stricter? If so, how can we make them stricter?
3. Should “irreconcilable differences” be removed from reasons for divorce?