Falling out of love is difficult. Especially after years of getting used to each other’s presence. However, approximately 50 percent of divorced men and 20 percent of divorced women are ready to remarry when they divorce. Just because a love is lost doesn’t mean there aren’t other loves. There’s even a saying: Every goodbye makes the next hello closer.
Meeting another person you want to spend the rest of your time with is a very fortunate thing. However, statistics indicate that in the U.S., 50 percent of first marriages, 67 percent of second, and 73 percent of their marriage end in divorce. Thus, the more times you wed a person, the higher likelihood the marriage will end. There are numerous reasons why this might be so. People who cannot stand the loneliness that follows divorce tend to jump into a relationship right away and enter another marriage as a “rebound.” As George Santayana puts it, “those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” People make the same mistakes in another marriage and react to those mistakes in the same way. This can only lead to the same result, divorce. You may get custom to getting a divorce but this doesn’t make it any cheaper.
For further information regarding divorce and more please contact the Orange County Family Law Offices at 714-971-8000. Call today for your free 60-minute consultation!