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DIVORCE un fléaut qui ravage nos familles

Le divorce est la rupture officielle d'un mariage civil ou religieux liant précédemment deux personnes. En droit il se distingue de la séparation de fait, sans conséquence juridique, et de la séparation de corps qui est reconnue juridiquement mais qui laisse subsister le mariage.
les causes du divorces sont multiples mais nous pouvons citer:
• l’infidélité dans le foyer
• le manquement à ses devoirs de père ou de mère dans le foyer
• la non compréhension entre conjoints
• le manque de pardon
• le manque d’entente mutuelle
• la mauvaise gestion du revenu familial par l’un des conjoints ou tous les deux
• le mariage par arrangement et par convention
• le mariage précoce et forcé
• le manque d’amour
• .. ……
et cela a pour conséquences:
• les enfants sont délaissés à eux seules sans guides et soutien moral ce qui conduit à toutes sortes de délinquances
• il conduit à une pénurie économique
• il a aussi des conséquences psychologiques sur les divorcés et surtout les enfants en souffrent beaucoup
• ……
ce qui est alarmant ces derniers temps ,sur 100%de mariage aujourd’hui il y a 75% de divorces. alors une question se pose: POURQUOI SE MARI-T-ON POUR ENFIN DIVORCER ? ET TOUS CES ENFANTS QUI EN SONT VICTIMES ? Où VA LE MONDE D’AUJOURD’HUI ?
Réfléchissons et soyons responsables!

English translation by community member Zhuyun Maggie Xiao

Divorce a blight that damages our families

Divorce is an official break-up of civil or religious marriage which previously linked two persons. In law it is different from the fact of separation, without judicial consequence, and it is also different from living apart without a legal divorce.
There are numerous causes that lead to divorce but we can list some as follows:
-Marital infidelity
-A breach of his or her duty as a father or a mother at home
-lack of understanding between spouses
-lack of forgiveness
-lack of mutual understanding
-Poor management of family income by one spouse or both of them
-Marriage by arrangement and convention
-Early and forced marriage
-Lack of love
-...
and this has resulted in:
-children are left on their own without guides and moral support, leading to all sorts of delinquencies
-it leads to economic hardship
-it also has psychological consequences on divorces and especially children suffer from these greatly
-...

What is alarming recently is that for the marriages today, there is a 75% divorce rate. So the questions arise: WHY DOES ONE GET MARRIED AND THEN DIVORCE IN THE END? AND ALL THESE CHILDREN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DIVORCES? WHERE WILL THE WORLD GO TODAY?
Please think about the questions above and be responsible!

Comments

Ariane Moza Assumani's picture

commentaire du journal

Nous te féliciton pour cette bonee recherche que tu as fait pour notre communauté de toute le façon, ces causes de divorce sont vrais et ses conséquences continions avec la lutte.

arianemoza

Zhuyun Maggie Xiao's picture

commentaire du journal

D'accord. Madame Bulangaire explique clairement les raisons divers qui dirigent au divorce et mentionne le gros taux alarmant de mariage dans le monde entier. Je pense que le divorce est nuisible non seulement aux époux, mais aussi aux enfants. Alors, on doit se réfléchir ses responsabilités avant le mariage et essayer d’être rationnel pendant le mariage. Dans cette façon, nous essayons d'eviter les divorces et du mal qu'ils faisent non seulement aux individus, mais aussi pour la société.

(I agree to the clear explanations which Ms. Bulangarie lists for the reasons that give rise to a broken marriage. She mentions the rather high rate of divorce nowadays, the number of which is alarmingly high. In my perspective, the divorce is not only detrimental to the spouses themselves, but also poses threats to the upbringings of the children. Therefore, we need to keep in mind of what the author has said, and in the meantime, think carefully about the responsibilities required by marriage, and try to keep our rationality during marriage. In this way, we can try to avoid divorces and the harm it causes not only to individuals, but also to the society.)

Maggie Xiao
Student at Bryn Mawr College, PA, USA

BENEDICTE BULANGALIRE's picture

normalement c'est ce qui

normalement c'est ce qui devrait être l'objectif de toutes personne svoulant le mariage mais malheureusement c'est comme si elles n'y pensent meme pas

Bénédicte Bulangalire;
fille ambassadrice pour la paix

Zhuyun Maggie Xiao's picture

Translation

Title:
Divorce a blight that damages our families
Text:
Divorce is an official break-up of civil or religious marriage which previously linked two persons. In law it is different from the fact of separation, without judicial consequence, and it is also different from living apart without a legal divorce.
There are numerous causes that lead to divorce but we can list some as follows:
-Marital infidelity
-A breach of his or her duty as a father or a mother at home
-lack of understanding between spouses
-lack of forgiveness
-lack of mutual understanding
-Poor management of family income by one spouse or both of them
-Marriage by arrangement and convention
-Early and forced marriage
-Lack of love
-...
and this has resulted in:
-children are left on their own without guides and moral support, leading to all sorts of delinquencies
-it leads to economic hardship
-it also has psychological consequences on divorces and especially children suffer from these greatly
-...

What is alarming recently is that for the marriages today, there is a 75% divorce rate. So the questions arise: WHY DOES ONE GET MARRIED AND THEN DIVORCE IN THE END? AND ALL THESE CHILDREN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF DIVORCES? WHERE WILL THE WORLD GO TODAY?
Please think about the questions above and be responsible!

Maggie Xiao
Student at Bryn Mawr College, PA, USA

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