It must be tough up on that mountain, all by your lonesome, dispensing such time honored wisdom that seems flow effortlessly from your advanced intellect. Oh well we are fortunate to be in the presence of such knowledge. But I digress....My bride and I, as well have had our share of stormy seas, and we have weathered the storms.<quoted text>
I honestly feel sorry for you that your marriage is in such jeopardy, my wife and I have had many struggles, with a lot of issues, our love for one another and our commitment to one another got us through that, regardless of the fact that a divorce would be easy.
I do not wish marriage to be a prison, rather society, and by extension government treat it with the privilege it deserves. What is the point of making it "easier to get out of"? Divorce existed before "no fault", did it needed to be renderer end "no fault"? We're there not other steps that could have been taken to assist marriages in crisis, to,protect the spouse, and by extension, children, that needed protection. Did it really have to take a generation or two past the "free love" generation to see the damage done? The children are not all right. Divorce takes its toll on the next generation. Who speaks for them?TAHT is a strong marriage, not forging wedding rings into handcuffs
The fact that we could easily split, but worked together to get past our issues is why we have a strong marriage. Not because we viewed our marriage as a prison as you would have it.