The divorce rate in America is above 40%, what are we doing wrong? Maybe if we rely more on arrange marriages like other cultures do, and then maybe we would not have such high divorce rate. That would be great right? Yes it will look great on the country however I am sticking to typical American marriages. I prefer finding my “soul mate” on my own and learning from mistakes. First the U.s was built with freedom in mind so in doing this you’re taking freedom away. Nevertheless arranged marriages last so long only because it is wrong to leave the person who your parents choose for you; third and last arranged marriages have a lot of interference from family. To begin with the U.S is the land of the free home of the brave, the statue of LIBERTY. All these signs of freedom, if the U.S people started to rely more on arranged marriages it will be like taking that great freedom away from young adults and in most cases teenagers. Now think about this you are only 17, or 18 and your parents already have who they want you to spend the rest of your life with. This is not good in the U.S we make freedom choices that means the ability to make your own decisions. Further more the only reason why the divorce rate is low in countries that rely more on arranged marriages is only because Religion and culture. Why? First religion a lot of these arranged marriages never have a divorce is because religion, because it might be wrong to leave the person and you might get looked down on by people of your same religion. Culture, generations and generations of arranged marriages a lot of these young adults grow up on that and that is all they know and that wont bother them. Because their grandfather and grandmother had arranged marriage so did their mom and dad and so will they, is like a style of life. Take them away from that state of mind and introduce them to typical American marriages and for sure that person will have second thoughts about arranged marriages. In addition with arranged marriages you have a lot of interference from family and this is bad. Not only do they pick the person sometimes a nut that you are going to be with the rest of your life but on top of that they start telling you how to run your…
Amorous marriages and Arranged marriages coexist in our world because practices vary based on culture, customs, and region.
Arranged marriages are those, in which the wife and the husband are matched up by someone else whether it is an elder of the family, a religious head, or a marriage service. They are very common in many parts of Asia, Africa, and Latin America. In African nations such as Niger and Chad child marriages are extremely common, with the majority of deals being struck before the…
Exam 2: Article Notes
Article 14: When Brothers Share a Wife
* Three Tibetan brothers are about to enter fraternal polyandry
* This is the ideal form of marriage and family in Tibet
* Arranged by parents
* Eldest brother is dominant in terms of authority
* All brothers share the work and participate as sexual partners
* Offspring are treated equally and there’s no attempt to link children biologically to one brother
* Tibetans choose polyandry for materialistic…
306 - Writing and Rhetoric
November 13, 2012
Why Should Gay Marriage Be Legalized?
A quote by a famous comedian, Liz Feldman, has become a well-known commonplace for all the people that support same-sex marriage: “It’s very dear to me, the issue of gay marriage. Or as I like to call it: ‘Marriage’. You know, because I had lunch this afternoon, not gay lunch. I parked my car; I didn’t gay park it.” Whether or not same-sex marriage should be legalized has become a civil rights controversy of…
girls can die, get sick or either have mental issues because of the way that their husbands are treating them. Their parents can do something about it be it will not help as much. Girls this age should not get married when they are this young it is a huge risk for them and for the parents.
-They are more likely to catch HIV than their unmarried counterparts because of their sexual exposure.
-Girls are often pressured to have a child soon after getting married, despite being a child but there only…
Should same sex marriage be legalized in the United States?
1. Yes! Same sex marriage should be legalized in the U.S.
a. David Blankenhorn Founder and President of the Institute for American Values,
New York Times "How My View on Gay Marriage Changed, “I don’t believe that
opposite-sex and same-sex relationships are the same, but I do believe, with growing
numbers of Americans, that the time for denigrating or stigmatizing same-sex
relationships is over. Whatever one’s definition of marriage, legally…
College of Southern Nevada
The burden on me to find a husband started very early. When I was about twelve years old, I fell down stone stairs in Lebanon and hit my head on a sharp rock, leaving me with a scar on the top right of my forehead. I remember my mother’s highest concern was: “What boy will marry her when he finds out?” And it just escalated from there. Many women, muslim or not, whose parents…
January 28 2013
Should a conflictive marriage be salvaged for children?
Staying married for the children’ sake is an internal conflict, between whether to do it or not, which often has to deal with couples who want to divorce. It is a reality that divorce is a difficult and very painful situation for the couple, but it is likely worse for the children. Statistically speaking, the number of children affected by divorce since 1951 until 1979 has increased significantly year…
Arranged marriages have no place in today’s society because it is a very important decision that only the bride and groom should have control of. Love should always be the basis for a marriage and arranged marriages can be organised between families with only financial considerations in mind.
When someone mentions marriages, what is the first thing you think of? I am sure that most of us think about a beautiful person with who you are going to spend rest of your life.…
October 30, 2014
Should the Drinking Age Be Lowered?
In the recent years there has been much controversy on whether the United States should lower the legal drinking age to 18 years old. Many people feel that if someone is old enough to fight for their country and to vote they should be able to drink, but that is not the case. In actuality that is not the reasoning behind why the drinking age is at 21 and not 18. Truth is, it is not safe for minors…